Who can hand deliver a ballot?

Only the voter who voted the ballot can hand-deliver their ballot. The voter must present an acceptable form of identification when delivering their ballot. If a voter does not possess and cannot reasonably obtain an acceptable form of photo identification, the voter may show a List B identification and complete a reasonable impediment declaration (RID). (Sections 86.006, 63.001, 63.0101).

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1. Who can hand deliver a ballot?
2. What does the voter need to give to the early voting clerk’s office?
3. What is the procedure for hand-delivery of marked ballots?
4. What if a voter refuses to present an ID?
5. What if someone other than the voter attempts to drop off the ballot?
6. Can we use a dropbox so voters can deposit their ballot after hours or without having to interact with election officials?