Don't forget -- your state may have additional ID requirements when you go to the polls.
Ohio says that you need to bring ONE of the following forms of identification:
Voters who do not provide one of these identification documents at the polling place will still be able to vote by casting a provisional ballot. A provisional ballot is no different from a regular ballot, but it is not counted until election officials can verify your eligibility to vote. When voting provisionally, voters should fill out the form completely, being certain to:
In Ohio, you don't have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can skip Election Day lines and vote early at a time that's convenient for you.