In Adams County, residents can only register on Election Day at the County Clerk’s office on 5th and Vermont [Quincy], not at any other polling places,
for starters. This is in the law: you can’t register in a polling place.
it’s very important residents who choose to register and vote on Election Day bring a government issued identification to their polling location. [Adams County Clerk Georgia Volm] says [this?] helps voting officials [verify?] a resident’s residence more quickly.
Statewide requirement? Not. She offers it as a suggestion. If voters do not, how is a residence verified? Also: how does the polling place clerk or judge verify registration?
Note that no photo-id is required for Election Day registration. Hasn’t been required for voting itself. So this is friendly advice from a county clerk, offered with presumption of caring a great deal…
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