If you show up to vote on November 6th, election officials will, for the first time in New Hampshire, ask for identification. Voters can show a driver’s license, military ID, student ID or a passport.
For those without an ID, the state is now ready to distribute a free voter ID card, says David Scanlan, Deputy Secretary of State.
"If a voter does not have one of the acceptable forms of ID, they can go to their city of town clerk, obtain a voucher from the clerk, and then take that voucher to their nearest DMV, and obtain a voter ID in the same manner in which they would obtain a driver’s license."
Voters will receive a temporary card that can be used on Election Day. A more permanent card takes about two weeks to prepare.
Scanlan stresses that any voter who doesn’t have present an ID can still cast a ballot, as long as they are willing to sign an affidavit at their polling place.