#WeVote Frequently asked questions about voting rights in Texas

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Am I able to vote if I don’t have one of the accepted forms of ID?

 

If you don’t have one of these pre-approved IDs and cannot reasonably obtain one, you will be asked to sign a special form known as a “Reasonable Impediment Declaration,” and will be asked to bring one of the following forms of identification (either a copy or original):

  • Any government document that includes their name and address;
  • Out-of-state driver’s license.
  • A voter registration certificate.
  • Current utility bill Bank statement.
  • Government check.
  • Paycheck.
  • Certified U.S. birth certificate.
  • Document (including foreign birth certificates) that establishes a voter’s identity.

 

 

This information was written by Louis A. Bedford IV to provide Texans with updated information regarding their rights and the law as they vote in 2022. It is for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace legal advice.

 

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