Photo ID Laws in Every State
The following states strictly require photo-ID to vote
The following states demand photo-ID in order to vote, but allow limited alternatives for voters without the necessary photo-ID (ex. signed affidavits, provisional ballots with matching signatures. Varies by state.)
Other Form of Identification Required To Vote (ex. non-photo ID such as vote registration card, hunting license, bank statement, utility bill, etc. Varies by state.)
No Identification Required To Vote
*North Carolina’s photo-ID law was struck down by a federal court in 2016. Although the State does not presently request identification in order to vote, we anticipate that a new law will be proposed in the upcoming legislative session.
*West Virginia’s voter-ID law goes into effect on January 1, 2018