Can I vote without a voter registration card?

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    I have not had a registration card for voting in all my life as a voter.
     
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    They look you up in the voter registration list at the polls. It is just quicker to have your card with you.
     
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    You may be provisionally voting and it may not count, but it is completely your choice.
     
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    A provisional ballot is marked as such. Mine is not marked as provisional.
     
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    Call the state voter fraud dept. Got mine in days.
     
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    Things are changing.

    I've voted absentee at the county courthouse for years, just told them who I was, where I lived etc...usually just took my voter registration card...and they handed me a ballot.

    This year I needed a picture ID and I had to sign a sworn affidavit that I would not be available to vote on election day.
     
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    Okay so I voted today and it wasn't a big deal at all, they checked me in very quickly and I had to give a signature. My mom somehow lost her voter registration card so I didn't quite feel so bad for not having mine lol!
     

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