If you are a first time voter who registered by mail, there are some different identification requirements.
If you go to the polls, you will be required to show the picture identification as outlined in the above question.
If you do not have the proper identification, you will have to vote a provisional ballot.
If you are a first time voter who registered by mail and requested a Vote-by-Mail ballot, you will be required to send a copy of your photo and signature identification
With your Vote-by-Mail ballot, unless you have already provided the identification to the Supervisor of Elections.
If you do not have photo and signature identification, you may send one of the following with your absentee ballot if they contain your name and current residence address:
- Utility Bill
- Bank Statement
- Government Check
- Other government document (excluding voter information card)
To avoid problems in voting, if you register by mail and have not voted before in the county, you should send a copy of your identification to the Supervisor of Elections with your registration form.