- Aug 9, 2001
I was thinking the same thing. I guess it is to make voting as easy as possible. If someone signed the register for you and voted as you, you would not be allowed to vote. As long as a vote was cast in your behalf they probably don't care who it was who voted. I am curious if they remove or make a notation in the register for people who have died.Why don't they require you to bring identification to vote? Simply walk in and say I am so and so, they flip to the book and I sign. They did not even look at my signature to see if matched in the book.