Do I need to show identification in order to vote?

The answer is yes. In 2007, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that a provision of Michigan election law that requires voters to either present picture identification or sign an affidavit if they do not have picture identification with them is constitutional and enforceable.

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1. Do I need to show identification in order to vote?
2. Can I show my voter registration card in place of presenting a photo ID?
3. What types of picture identification can I present to satisfy the photo ID requirement?
4. What happens if I forget to bring my picture identification with me to the polls? Can I still vote?
5. What happens if a voter who does not possess a picture identification and refuses to signed the affidavit form? Would such a voter be an issued a ballot?
6. what happens if a voter claims to have a picture identification but refuses to show it? Will such a voter be offered the opportunity to sign the affidavit form?
7. Can I vote a split ticket?
8. Does a “straight” ticket cover all candidates in that party?
9. Must I vote the entire ballot?