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1. How many days after Election Day does a voter have to cure their ballot if necessary?
a. 3 days
b. 6 days
c. 10 days
d. 12 days
2. When is Provisional Voting allowed?
a. Early Voting only
b. Election Day only
c. The last week of Early Voting
d. Both Early Voting and Election Day
3. Where are Provisional Ballots deposited?
a. Orange bag
b. Green bag
c. Red ‘pizza’ bag
d. Ballot Transfer Case
4. Which of the following voters does not have to vote a Provisional Ballot?
a. A Ballot by Mail voter that has brought their ballot with them to surrender and vote in person
b. A voter with no acceptable form of photo ID, or supporting documentation
c. A voter whose name does not appear in the List of Registered Voters (VoteSafe) and does not have a registration certificate
d. A Ballot by Mail voter that did not bring their ballot to surrender, nor did they cancel their Ballot by Mail application with the Elections Office.
5. Provisional Ballots will need to be stamped with the Judges signature (Election Admins initials for EV).
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