Originally Posted by scottie
For the record, when i've voted in person they've asked for my ID, but not my registration card.
and they checked my address with what they had on the sheet, it had my birthdate on it, etc
I did absentee this time, All i had to do was mail in a form then they sent my my ballot no questions asked
given that Michigan is a home rule state (e.g. every little tiny assed berg, village, township or incorporated city has it's own fiefdom each with numerous sub-voting districts, each typically manned by volunteers) do you really think that it can be universally stated with any statistical significance that it's routine that they go that far?
In the past have voted in Novi, White Lake, and Fenton. At none
of those locations have I been asked to present ID. The questions asked were all easily obtainable from public record, and/or even Google...