I know this is a short diary but, i want to remind people.
I recently moved and reregistered, and I got a letter a long time
back from the Board of Elections that i needed to bring ID to
the polling place.
It's a requirement of HAVA that you have Federal ID to vote.
An unconstitutional requirement in my mind.
But, When i went to vote they had flagged my registration, what was worse
is my Drivers license still has my old address.
Fortunately i had the Car registration and that was current.
A utility bill would also suffice.
Voters should bring a utility bill or state letter to their current
address to avoid trouble.
Voters subject to the federal ID requirements must present, the first time they vote in a federal election:
* Current and valid photo ID (includes a Virginia driver's license)
* Current utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck
* Current government-issued document that shows voter's name and address (includes a Virginia voter information card)
The above federal requirements only apply to affected voters the first time they vote in a general or primary federal election