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Last-minute tips about Voter ID, fraud

The Alabama Primaries are Tuesday. Voters are asked to be on alert for potential fraud at the polls. The Alabama Primaries are Tuesday. Voters are asked to be on alert for potential fraud at the polls.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Tuesday's primaries will be the first election where people who visit the polls will be required to show acceptable voter identification.

State officials said you need a driver's license, a government-issued ID, an Alabama Voter ID, or a valid student or employer ID from a college or university.

Remember: If you have moved, you will need to go to the polling location of your new address and fill out a voter form. Your vote will count, but as a provisional.

While at the polls, it is important to remember that your vote is a representation of your voice - and you shouldn't let anyone take either away.

The Alabama Republican Party wants your help in preventing voter fraud at the polls Tuesday.

Voters are asked to be on alert and report any suspected fraudulent activity.

The Voter Fraud Hotline number is 1-844-253-7283. This number will also be on signs posted at various polling locations.

A $1,000 reward could be earned for tips that lead to a conviction.

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