CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire is issuing vouchers for free voter identification cards to people who don’t have acceptable photo identification under a new state law.
Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan said Monday that city and town clerks have the vouchers that can be taken to any state motor vehicles office to obtain a voter ID. Under the new law, voters must show a photo ID or sign an affidavit at the polls Nov. 6.
Acceptable forms of photo identification for this election are: a driver’s license from any state even if expired, a non-driver photo ID issued by the state, a valid photo ID issued by federal, state, county or municipal government or any photo ID deemed legitimate by local election officials. Local election officials also can verify a voter’s identity.