Bolivia’s primary election is scheduled for October 8.
But if you missed it, here are some tips to help you get the most out of the voting.1.
Get a provisional ballot2.
Check in with your polling station3.
Don’t go to polling stations alone4.
Check with the police if you are not sure where to go5.
If you’re in a crowded place, be careful of anyone you may run into6.
Make sure you have enough to cover your vote7.
If possible, get to the polls early to avoid getting too far ahead of time8.
Check if your polling place is open before going9.
Do not vote if you have any health issues10.
Check your ID before you enter the polling place11.
If your polling booth is empty, check your ID again at the end of the day.12.
Do NOT vote in a bus13.
Check the ballot for any questions you may have14.
Get your ballot from your polling official15.
Check to see if the ballot contains your name16.
Vote by mail17.
Be sure to vote by mail18.
You will need your photo ID when you vote19.
If a provisional or provisional ballot is not in the envelope, you can still vote by post20.
If there are multiple ballots, you must fill out the ballot in person.21.
Be patient and wait to vote.
Many people wait until Election Day to cast their ballots.22.
If the polls close before 8:00pm, they can re-open after 8:30pm.23.
If it is raining, you will need to change your clothes and wear the same clothes you normally do.24.
If someone votes late, they may be able to vote at the same time they did the day before.25.
If voting is close, be sure to check to see whether someone has already voted or if there are any provisional ballots remaining.26.
You may be asked to fill out a provisional poll-by-poll application to vote in person or mail it to your polling location.27.
It is recommended to vote early, especially if there is a chance of a repeat election.28.
If at any point you think you may not have enough ballot materials to vote, you may need to ask your poll workers for a second ballot or to go to the polling station to request another ballot.29.
Be aware that some people are allowed to vote absentee, as well as in person and by mail.30.
Check voting locations to make sure you don’t vote too close to the election.31.
If anyone is late to the poll, they are asked to come back and vote.32.
If people have moved, you need to call your polling office to see how long it will take them to get back.33.
If not enough ballot papers are available, you should bring them to the nearest polling station or make an appointment to vote again.34.
If an election is not held, it is possible to vote on the day of the election, which can be very confusing for voters.35.
You can register to vote online at bolsivia.gov.
Bolivia’s election is open to everyone over the age of 18, regardless of their nationality, gender, or religion.
You should be sure you are eligible before voting, as there are no age restrictions for voting in Bolivia.36.
There is no charge for voting.
If, however, you register to cast a ballot online, you do not need to bring a ballot with you.37.
You cannot vote by telephone.
This is because the Bolivian electoral system uses an electronic ballot system.
If no one answers your call, it will be recorded and sent to your phone number.38.
There are no voting stations, but you may register to register to go vote at your polling locations.39.
Voting in person requires you to present a valid photo ID and fill out your ballot by hand.40.
You must present your ballot when you are given your name and date of birth.
If we receive your ballot and you cannot remember it, you are required to return it within 24 hours.41.
Voting by mail is done by a person, who then forwards your ballot to a post office.42.
If registering online, be certain you provide your voter registration information and a mailing address.43.
If registration is not possible or not possible for you, you cannot vote in an election, even if you do have an ID.44.
If in doubt, vote in-person.
You do not have to be in person, but if you must be, make sure your photo identification is correct and up to date.45.
You need to have your photo and name verified.
The verification process takes a few minutes and will only take you 30 minutes.46.
You are not required to show proof of address and/or voter registration.47.
You’re not required by law to vote before your birthday, but many people