To register at your polling place on Election Day, bring one proof of residence listed below.
The ID can be expired.
Can be shown on electronic device.
A registered voter from your precinct can go with you to the polling place to sign an oath confirming your address. This is known as 'vouching.' A registered voter can vouch for up to eight voters. You cannot vouch for others if someone vouched for you.
Colleges and universities may send election officials a student housing list. If you are on the list, show your college photo ID to complete your registration.
If you are registered in the precinct but changed names or moved within the same precinct, you only need to tell the election judge your previous name or address.
If you registered to vote within 20 days of the election, you may get a Notice of Late Registration in the mail. Bring it with you and use it as your proof of residence to register.
If you live in a residential facility, a staff person can go with you to the polling place to confirm your address. This is known as 'vouching.' A staff person can vouch for all eligible voters living in the facility.
The staff person must prove their employment at the facility. There are several ways to do this, including by showing an employee badge. Learn more about voter registration in residential facilities.