The name on the picture ID you present when you vote in the March 6 primary must match the name on your voter registration card exactly. So, for example, of your driver’s license states Ann Elizabeth Gonzalez but your voter registration card states Ann Gonzalez, you will have to request a new voter registration card or a new driver’s license.
If someone cannot present a proper picture ID at the time of voting, s/he is entitled to what is called a provisional ballot. It is a paper ballot, filled out by the voter, and left with the election officials. The voter then has 6 days to present proper ID to the county voter registrar.
You can pick up new Voter Registration cards at libraries and post offices. Just fill out the corrected information and send it in.
Also, with many of the local governments choosing to move their elections to November, there is the possibility for some voting errors in those elections. If a voter chooses to vote along straight party lines, then s/he will end up NOT voting in those elections (city and county governmental elections are not party-specific). Also, these elections may be overlooked since they’re at the end of the ballot. Same thing for constitutional amendments, bond proposals, etc. Because they will be listed at the end of a ballot, people voting along party lines will NOT vote for them because they are not part of the party system or they might overlook them because they’re at the end of a long ballot.