Check Your State's Voter ID Requirements
Studies show that as many as 11 percent of eligible voters do not have government-issued photo ID.
That percentage is even higher for seniors, people of color, people
with disabilities, low-income voters, and students. Many citizens find
it hard to get government photo IDs, because the underlying
documentation like birth certificates (the ID one needs to get ID) is
often difficult or expensive to acquire. At the same time, voter ID policies are more costly to implement than many assume.
ID requirements may include photo IDs, identification without
photos such as a voter registration card, Social Security card or other
government-issued ID, or a utility bill or bank statement showing a
home address. You may need to insure your name matches your ID (i.e., new married name).
Here are some links to help you check for voting requirements:
Brenner Center for Justice at New York University School of Law: Voter ID - http://www.brennancenter.org/content/section/category/voter_id/
National Conference on State Legislatures: Graphic and text showing requirements -
Project Vote - http://projectvote.org/voter-id.html