Don't forget -- your state may have additional ID requirements when you go to the polls.
Under Virginia law, if you have been convicted of a felony, you may apply to the governor to have your right to vote restored. People who have been convicted of non-violent offenses may now apply two years after their release from all state supervision and parole. You must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible for the restoration of your right to vote, regardless of felony type:
If your petition is denied, you have no right of appeal, but you may re-apply after a one-year period. Get more information on your right to vote after a felony conviction.
Acceptable forms of ID include:
You can only vote by absentee ballot or early in person voting if you fall into ANY ONE of he following categories: