Can I vote a split ticket?

The answer is yes.  You can "split" your ticket when voting in the November general election. A voter participating in a November general election who wishes to cast a "split" ticket can vote for individual candidates of his or her choice under any party or can vote a "straight party" ticket and vote for individual candidates under any other party. The votes cast for individual candidates under the other parties will override the straight party vote in the races involved.

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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?