Are you prepared to vote in the 2020 General Election?
ALL Iowa voters are required to show a valid photo at the polls before they vote. A voter without one of
the forms of ID listed below may have the voter’s identity attested to by another registered voter in the precinct or may
prove identity and residence using Election Day Registration documents. Voters without the necessary ID or an attester
will be offered a provisional ballot and can provide ID up until the time of the county canvass of votes.
Acceptable Forms of Identification:
(The identification must include a photo and an expiration date.)
• Iowa Driver’s License
• Iowa Non-Operator’s ID
• United States Passport
• United States Military ID or Veterans ID
• Tribal ID Card/Document
• Iowa Voter Identification Card (Must have signature and PIN #)
(This is not the same as an Iowa Voter Acknowledgment Card. Only voters who have not been issued an
Iowa Drivers License by the IDOT will have an Iowa Voter Identification Card.)
If you are not registered to vote and your photo ID does not contain your current address in the precinct, you
are required to present one of the following documents that includes your name and current address in the
• Residential lease
• Utility bill
• Property tax statement
• Bank statement
• Government issued check
• Other governmental issued document
Voter With No Identification
Voters with no identification may establish identity and residence in the precinct by written oath of a
person who is registered to vote in the same precinct.
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This story originally appeared on the Voice of Muscatine. Read More local stories here.
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