I voted on Wednesday. It seems like they're running a tight ship. Plenty of workers to check-in voters. After I presented my voter reg card, the poll worker asked me for another form of ID, "preferably" a photo ID. Photo ID isn't required, you can use utility bills and such. The poll-worker recorded some info from my license, looked me up on a tablet that had my registration signature, then opened a book where I signed my name next to a printed entry of my info. Then they gave me the key to operate a voting machine, which recorded votes electronically and produced a paper tape that I could also view.
This woman in Iowa voted early, and was later arrested for voting a second time. If she's to be believed, she voted twice, in part, because of all the nonsense about rampant voter fraud.
Terri Rote hadn’t planned on voting twice but said it was “a spur-of-the-moment thing” when she walked by the satellite voting location, she told The Washington Post in a phone interview Saturday. “I don’t know what came over me,” Rote said. She added she has been a supporter of Donald Trump since early in his campaign, after Republican candidate Mike Huckabee dropped out of the primary race. Rote told Iowa Public Radio that she cast her first ballot for Trump but feared it would be changed to a vote for Hillary Clinton.