Bahrain: Voter’s Guide 2018, accessed 1 December 2018
III. How to cast your vote:
1. The voter must, at the time of casting his/ her vote, bring his/her passport or any official certified document (the statement to be issued by the Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs if the passport is not available) and his/her identity card. […]
3. The voters queue by the entrance, then they head to the Data Entry Officers in lines. One line will be allocated for women which will be looked after by one of the ladies organizers. Another line will also be allocated for voters with special needs and seniors. There will be a female identity matcher for veiled women and an assistant to help people with special needs.
4. The Data Entry Officers will check the identities of the voters and that their names are listed in the voters’ list. The officers will hand the voter the ballot papers and guide him/her to the voting booths.
Elections 2018 website: Voting process graphic, accessed 1 December 2018