Anything government-issued such as a passport, non-driver ID (looks like a driver's license), or military ID.If it gets to the point of everyone having a common ID card (& hopefully it doesn't), then that could/should be used, but assuming everyone has photo ID these days is quite wrong. And what (apart from a drivers license) is a valid form of photo ID?
I just voted and all they asked was your name and then they checked to see if the name was on the list for that particular polling station.
In PA, they don't ask for any ID when you register, then the voter registration card is used as your ID the first time you vote, and only a signature is required to vote in the same municipality thereafter.jetsetter, that is disturbing.
That would be a crime and not to easy to do with all these watermarks e.g. on the ID.you could still make a few fake IDs and vote several times, but who would go that long and difficult road just to get a few more votes in?
So you really could go to 10 different location and vote?yes, because we have a lot of illegals and visitors from other countries.
They didn't card me when I voted.