March 4, 2015
Polling places across the nation will be under scrutiny during this election after some people say they've run into problems with their voter registration.
In Nevada, if your voter eligibility is questioned, you will still be able to cast your vote with a provisional ballot.
This is the first year Nevada has offered a provisional ballot.
Last year, Nevada adopted state laws in accordance with the federal "Help Americans Vote Act."
The ballot, however, only allows people to vote for federal offices: president, US Senate and US Congress.
Also, it's recommended that everyone bring identification to the polls. And, if possible, your voter registration card to verify you're in the system.
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