Residential facilities include
Voters who live in a residential facility may have facility staff help them to register on Election Day at the polling place (see below).
Voters who live in a nursing home, an assisted-living facility, residential treatment center, group home or battered women's shelter may ask someone to pick up an absentee ballot for them.
Vouching Guidelines for Residential Facility Employees Voters who register on Election Day must provide proof-of-residence. Voters in a residential facility can ask a staff person to accompany them on Election Day to ‘vouch’ for them at the polling place. Vouching is when a staff person swears that they personally know the voter lives in the facility.
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