ID Cards Needed For All Texas Voters
(NBC DFW) With another Election Day upon us, it a opportune time to remind voters they need approved identification if they plan on casting a ballot.
With the passage of the Texas Voter ID law, everyone in the state is required to provide identification before voting in any Texas election. citizenship certificate that has a photo or an Election Identification Certificate.
Texas Election Identification Certificates are documents supplied by the DPS at all 220 driver license offices, for free, to those who meet certain criteria; Scannable Fake IDs one of which is that they cannot have any of the other forms of accepted identification. citizenship and identity.
Be eligible to vote in Texas (Bring a valid voter registration card or submit a voter registration application through the Texas Department of Public Safety).
Be a Texas resident.
Be 17 years and 10 months or older.
Social Security card, voter registration card, school records, Fake ID Medicare or Medicaid card, ID card issued by a government agency, unexpired insurance policy or an expired Texas ID.
See more from the DPS on documentation requirements to obtain an EIC.
Once completed, the EIC receipt an individual receives will include their photo and can be used for voting until the permanent card is delivered by mail, the DPS said in a news release Tuesday.