If a voter is registered to vote by mail in their county and never voted in a federal election in the county, the voter is required to provide his or her county commissioner of registration with ID.
If the voter did not provide identification to the county commissioner of registration or if the identification information could not be verified, the voter must show ID at the polling place.
These include ONE of the following:
- Any current and valid Photo ID: driver's license, student or job ID, military or other government ID, store membership ID, or U.S. passport; or
- Bank statement; or
- Car registration; or
- Government check or document; or
- Non-photo driver's license; or
- Rent receipt; or
- Sample ballot; or
- Utility bill; or
- Any other official document
If the voter does not have ID, the voter will be allowed to vote by provisional ballot and will have until the close of business on the second day after the election to provide identification to the applicable county election office.