1. No photos or video at the polls.The use of video cameras, still cameras and other recording devices is prohibited in the polls when they are open for voting. This ban includes still cameras and other recording features built into many cell phones and applies to all voters, challengers, poll watchers and election workers.
Certain exceptions are made for credentialed members of the news media.
2. Do not expose your ballot
Under Michigan election law, a ballot is rejected if it has been deliberately exposed. A voter who deliberately exposes his or her ballot will not be allowed to vote in that election.
3. No displaying election materials at the polls
This includes clothing and buttons as well as material such as pamphlets, fliers and stickers. You may not display such items in the polling place or within 100 feet of an entrance to a polling place. If a voter goes to the polls with a T-shirt or button bearing campaign-related images or slogans, he or she will be asked to cover or remove it.
4. Bring a photo I.D.
You will be asked for a photo I.D. when you enter the polls. If you do not have a photo I.D., you will be asked to sign an affidavit, and then you can vote.
5. Not necessary to vote entire ballotYou are not required to vote the entire ballot. Skipping sections of the ballot does not invalidate your ballot.
This information is courtesy of Michigan's Secretary of State Ruth Johnson.