You have the right to register and vote at an Early Voting site in your county, but only during the Early Voting period
· If you are 17 but will be 18 on November 4, you can vote in the May Primary
· If you are an ex-felon and have finished all parts of your sentence (including probation), you can register to vote like any other citizen.
· If you register as Unaffiliated (Independent), you can vote in either the Democratic or Republican primary. Tell the poll worker which party's ballot you want.
· You have the right to bring someone to assist you when you vote or to ask for help from an elections official.
· If your name is not on the rolls or you have a problem at the polls, ask for a provisional ballot and ask how to learn if your ballot counted.