Can I use a camera in the polls?

No, the use of video cameras, still cameras and other recording devices are prohibited in the polls when they are open for voting. This includes still cameras and other recording features built into many cell phones. The ban applies to all voters, challengers, poll watchers and election workers. Exceptions are made for credentialed members of the news media though certain restrictions remain.

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1. Who qualifies for an absent voter ballot?
2. How do I get an absent voter ballot?
3. How can I check on the status of my absent voter ballot request?
4. What hours are the polls open on Election Day?
5. How can I check on the status of my absent voter ballot request?
6. Does Michigan allow early voting?
7. How does the voter ID requirement affect me if I vote with an absent voter ballot?
8. What is the Voter ID requirement?
9. How do I determine where I go to vote?
10. How can I learn about the candidates and proposals in my area?
11. Can I use a camera in the polls?
12. If I register to vote by mail, do I need to be aware of any special requirements?
13. Must I vote the entire ballot?
14. Can I wear election-related clothing to the polls?
15. When is the absent voter ballot due?
16. Requesting an Emergency Absentee Ballot