Voter ID FAQs
What ID do I need to vote?
See your options and a full list of acceptable ID on the Voter ID page.
Can I use ID with a mailing address – PO box, rural route or general delivery?
No. Your ID must show your current residential address.
Can I use my Where to Vote card as ID?
You can use your Where to Vote card as one of two pieces of acceptable ID.
My ID is expired. Will it be accepted?
Expired ID is acceptable, as long as the information shown on it is still current.
Can I use my passport as a piece of ID?
Passports are acceptable as one of two pieces of acceptable ID. The other piece of ID must show your residential address.
What is a confirmation of residence?
A confirmation of residence is a document that can be used as one piece of ID. They are often used by voters who are homeless. With a confirmation of residence form, these voters can use the address of a homeless shelter or social service agency as their address to register or vote.
Is a statutory declaration from a lawyer or notary acceptable as a confirmation of identity and/or residence?
Yes, it can be used as one of two pieces of acceptable ID.