Curbside Voting Procedure  (June 2016)

OFFICIALS ((((   Via button on curbside stand, voter signals desire to vote:   ((((  "DING DONG!" CURBSIDE
   Take blank Curbside Affidavit form, black pen, and curbside shield to voter.
           Also take a blank Help Referral form, in case there is a photo ID problem.
Ask the voter for a photo ID and ensure it is an acceptable type.
Ask the voter to state name, residence address,  and party affiliation. 
If affiliation is UNA, ask voter to state party choice for this election. Record the choice in the margin of the Curbside Affidavit so you don't forget it.
Voter takes oath on Curbside Affidavit, then completes and signs form.
Check photo ID, including name vs. name on Curbside Affidavit.
Note any exceptions on the Help Referral form. Return the photo ID.
Curbside Official signs Curbside Affidavit.
    Return completed Curbside Affidavit form, pen, and curbside shield.   
Registration Table Official finds voter in pollbook, verifies voter information, and removes ATV from pollbook.
Note:  If this is not for a "Perfect Scenario Voter" (e.g., mismatch between ATV and Curbside Affidavit for name or residence address, or "A" or "V" on ATV, or an identification issue previously marked on the Help Referral Form), then the Curbside Official must go to the Help Table, taking the ATV and Help Referral form. The Help Table officials and voter will then interact.
↓↓↓      Take ATV to Ballot Table.    
Ballot Table Official checks ATV for ballot style, gets ballot, and records issued ballot style on ATV, but DOES NOT number ATV yet. Curbside Affidavit is stored at the Ballot Table with other such forms.
  Take ATV, ballot, pen, and curbside shield to voter.        
Voter verifies and signs ATV, then returns it to Curbside Official.
Curbside Official checks and initials ATV.
Voter receives ballot, fills it out, and puts it into curbside shield.
Curbside Official asks voter to wait while ballot is inserted into tabulator.
    Return completed ballot (in curbside shield), signed ATV, and pen.  
 ATV and ballot (still in curbside shield) are given to a Judge (may be 
 the Chief Judge), who verifies the ATV has been completed properly. 

Note:  If the Curbside Official is a Judge, the ballot must be given to a different Judge for insertion into the M100.
ATV is given to Ballot Table Official to be numbered and spindled.
↓↓↓     The Judge takes ballot (still in curbside shield) to M100.   
Judge inserts ballot into M100 and checks that it was read correctly.
  Take "I Voted" sticker to voter and say "Your ballot was counted".    →→
←←←←←←←      Return with curbside voter's "Thank you".    

"CURBSIDE-2016-JUNE.HTM"      19 May 2016  17:40:33      (JKNAUTH)