sure all votes are counted!
to bring your identification when you vote and tell your friends
to do the same!
of a new law, you'll probably need an ID if you are a recently
registered voter who registered by mail, or if you have changed
your address. Seventeen states will require ID from all voters.
To be on the safe side, we suggest that everyone bring an ID.
ID should you bring? A driver's license or another government
issued photo ID with your current address and signature is the
best form of ID and acceptable in all states. If you don't
have a government ID with a current address or signature, don't
worry, there are other forms of acceptable ID. Many states will
accept a utility bill, student ID, or official correspondence.
To find out exactly what is required for your state, visit
the Your State page.
if you don't have an ID, go to the polls to vote anyway
-- as a last resort, you can still cast a provisional
ballot (also known as a challange ballot or question ballot)
without an ID. Note that in some states, certain provisional
ballots won't count, so check the state-by-state
requirements to make sure you vote does count!
more about voting ID requirements through our Frequently
Asked Questions or by clicking on the links to the left.
And no matter what make sure you VOTE on NOVEMBER 2ND or by
early voting -- this election is too important for anyone to