You will need to bring a current, valid, picture identification with your signature on it, such as a Florida driver’s license or identification card. However, if you do not have your identification with you, you will still be permitted to complete a provisional ballot. So long as your signature on the provisional ballot matches your signature on your voter registration card, you will not need to take any further steps in order to have your vote count.
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