Registered voters in Ohio must confirm their identity when they vote in person.
If you are a registered voter but do not present an acceptable photo ID when voting in person, you may cast a provisional ballot.
Your ballot will count if you appear in person and provide a qualifying form of photo ID at the board of elections within 4 days following Election Day.
If you do not have an acceptable photo ID due to a religious objection to being photographed, your ballot will count if you complete an affidavit of religious objection, including the last four digits of your social security number, when casting your provisional ballot or at the board of elections within 4 days following Election Day.
Get in touch with VoteRiders if you have questions or need free help securing ID.