Provisional ballots are paper ballots provided at a polling place on Election Day. In the past, provisional ballots have been used when there is an unresolved question about eligibility. This year, provisional ballots will count like any other ballot once the Board of Elections verifies that the provisional ballot voter has not already voted with a VBM ballot. You will be asked to provide either your drivers' license number or the last four digits of your social security number, just like you're asked on your voter registration form.
Voters with disabilities may vote on ADA-accessible voting machines.