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    8 states (and now Texas) require voter ID.

    Here are 7 of them. I don't know which state is missing from the list.

    States requiring photo ID
    Seven states have enacted voter identification laws that require or request certain forms of photo identification from voters. They are Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan and South Dakota, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Some of these states' laws are more strict than others.
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    Only 8 states?

    That is pathetic imo!
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    I have always had to show a photo ID and voter registration card when I voted in Virginia.
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    Related News:

    Voter ID Requirements in Virginia:


    Click here for a comprehensive list of voter IDs.

    ATTENTION Registered Voters....Virginia voters are reminded that federal and state law require all voters to provide some identification (ID) at the polls, or sign a statement, in order to vote at the polls. ID requirements may also apply to absentee voters who vote in person.

    You can check the status of your voter registration and determine which ID requirement applies to you through our website, http://www.sbe.virginia.gov at the tabs for Voter Information, Voter Registration Status. If you need assistance, please call us toll free at 1 (800) 552-9745 or Richmond local (804) 864-8901.

    Special Federal ID Requirements for Certain First Time Voters
    For persons who registered to vote in Virginia by mail, federal law requires them to show identification (ID) when voting for the first time in a federal election if they did not send a copy of one of these IDs with their voter registration applications.

    Voters subject to this special ID requirement will have the phrase "First-time Federal" after the “ID Requiredâ€
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pisces_2010
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    Voter ID Requirements in Virginia:


    . . . Any voter who forgets to bring acceptable ID to the polls may still vote but, will be requested to sign, under oath, an Affirmation of Identity form affirming that he/she is the voter he/she claims to be. A voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of physical disability or an inability to read or write may, if he so requests, also be assisted in completing this statement.


    http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/cms/Voter_I ... ginia.html
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    Voter identification requirements

    Updated March 21, 2011

    First-Time Voters
    The federal Help America Vote Act mandates that all states require identification from first-time voters who registered to vote by mail and did not provide verification of their identification with their mail-in voter registration.
    Blanket Voter ID
    Twenty-seven states have broader voter identification requirements than what HAVA mandates (note, however that the newly passed requirement in Oklahoma does not take effect until July 1, 2011). In these states, all voters are asked to show identification prior to voting. Eight* of these states specify that voters must show a photo ID; the other nineteen states accept additional forms of identification that do not necessarily include a photo (Table 1). In no state is a voter who cannot produce identification turned away from the polls—all states have some sort of recourse for voters without identification to cast a vote. However, in Georgia and Indiana, voters without ID vote a provisional ballot, and must return to election officials within a few days and show a photo ID in order for their ballots to be counted. For specifics on what forms of identification are acceptable and the options available to voters who cannot present identification

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    State Requirements for Voter ID


    Table 1: State Requirements for Voter Identification


    States that Request or Require Photo ID

    Florida
    Georgia
    Hawaii
    Idaho
    Indiana
    Louisiana
    Michigan
    South Dakota


    States that Require ID (Photo not Required)

    Alabama
    Alaska
    Arizona
    Arkansas
    Colorado
    Connecticut
    Delaware
    Kentucky
    Missouri
    Montana
    North Dakota
    Ohio
    Oklahoma*
    South Carolina
    Tennessee
    Texas
    Utah
    Virginia
    Washington



    * The Oklahoma law takes effect July 1, 2011. There are some who prefer to call Oklahoma a photo voter ID state, because most voters will show a photo ID before voting. However, Oklahoma law also permits a voter registration card issued by the appropriate county elections board to serve as proof of identity in lieu of photo ID.


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    Latino population boom will have 2012 election echoes

    Voters in Nevada, Virginia, and North Carolina will be big players

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    Tougher penalties for mail-in ballot fraud up for debate Mon

    Tougher penalties for mail-in ballot fraud up for debate Monday in Texas House committee

    Monday, Mar 28, 2011, 12:48PM CST
    By Steve Miller

    Political workers found guilty of mail-in ballot fraud would face harsher punishment under bills proposed by Rep. Aaron Peña, R-Edinburg, who is targeting the practice with more than two dozen bills, including several set for debate today in the House Elections Committee.

    Stemming mail-in fraud -- an old and entrenched practice in South Texas that is arguably the most prevalent form of voter fraud in Texas -- doesn't have the political gleam of the recently passed voter ID legislation. But given the Republican majority in both chambers, Peña is optimistic at least a few of his measures will pass.

    “Democrats will not compromise in this, and I know that because I was one,â€
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    TX Senators: Not concur on House-passed Voter ID bill

    I'm glad they are confronting some of those sneaky Democratic amendments

    Senators: Not concur on House-passed Voter ID bill

    By Mike Ward | Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 11:31 AM

    The Texas Senate just refused to agree to changes in the controversial Voter ID bill — Senate Bill 14 — that were made by the House of Representatives.

    That means the final version of the measure will be worked out by a committee of senators and House members.

    After debating 60 amendments, the House made several changes in the Senate-passed version of the bill, and dropped a provision that would have exempted elderly voters from the requirement to show a valid ID card to be able to vote.

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