Idaho voters who haven't been to the polls in a while may be surprised when they’re asked for photo identification. Idaho’s voter I-D law is only two years old and infrequent voters haven’t encountered it yet.
Everyone who wants to cast a vote in Idaho will be asked the same question.
“When you show up at the polls, you will be asked for photo identification, so don’t be surprised,” says Phil McGrane, Ada County’s Chief Deputy Clerk.
The law recognizes several forms of photo ID. They include: