If you are a registered voter and do not bring or do not have an acceptable photo ID, you can still vote a regular ballot by signing an Affidavit of Voter Not in Possession of Picture ID. If you are in possession of an acceptable picture ID but refuse to sign the Affidavit or you claim to have picture ID but refuse to show it, you cannot vote and are not eligible for a provisional ballot.
Your current address does not need to appear on your picture ID, nor need the address on your ID match that on the Application to Vote. Your picture ID is only used to verify your identity. Election Inspectors’ Procedure Manual
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