Idaho Statutes

Employee identification card issued by any branch, division, company, or entity of the Federal Government, the state, a county, or a municipality. In 2021, Montana enacted SB 169,which requires voters with no state, army, tribal ID, or passport to offer two forms of various ID, considered one of which must embrace a photograph. This invoice also adds hid carry permits to the listing of accepted voter IDs. If ID is not offered, the voter votes on a provisional ballot and should return to show ID within 10 days. If ID is not presented, the voter votes on a provisional ballot and the signature on the ballot envelope is matched to the voter’s signature on report. If ID isn’t offered, the voter signs an affidavit and votes on a regular ballot.

To have his or her ballot counted, the voter should present a legitimate form of identification to the county election …