Beginning in 2016, any voter who presents to vote in-person during early voting or on the day of the primary of election will be required to show a photo identification before being allowed to vote a regular ballot. The types of identification (ID) that are:

• Unexpired North Carolina drivers license, including a learners’ permit or provisional license
• Unexpired North Carolina nonoperators identification card (DMV ID Card)
• Unexpired United States passport
• United States military identification card
• Veterans Identification Card
• Tribal enrollment card issued by a federally recognized tribe
• Tribal enrollment card issued by a North Carolina recognized tribe
• Out-of-state drivers license or nonoperators identification card (valid only if the person’s voter registration date in the county is within 90 days of the date of the election)

In order to ensure that all registered voters have access to acceptable identification for purposes of voting, please complete this online form ONLY if you do not have one of the forms of identification listed above.

2. Provide your name and contact information:

4. Are you a registered voter in North Carolina?

5. If you are a registered voter, what is your Voter Registration Number (VRN)? You can locate your VRN on your voter card or by looking up your voter registration information on our website at www.NCSBE.gov. If you cannot locate your VRN, don't worry, we still want you to complete this survey.

* 6. Please confirm whether or not you have the following types of identification cards:

  Yes No
Unexpired North Carolina drivers license, including a learners’ permit or provisional license
Unexpired North Carolina nonoperators identification card (DMV ID Card)
Unexpired United States passport
United States military identification card
Veterans Identification Card
Tribal enrollment card (issued by a federally recognized tribe)
Tribal enrollment card (issued by a North Carolina recognized tribe)
Out-of-state drivers license or nonoperators identification card (may be used for purposes of voting only if the person’s voter registration date in the county is within 90 days of the date of the election)
The State Board of Elections and the county boards of elections will be actively engaged in assisting voters who do not possess acceptable photo ID. Part of our outreach efforts will involve helping these voters obtain a free nonoperators ID card issued by the North Carolina DMV. The no-cost ID program will begin in 2014. To apply for a DMV-issued ID, persons will need to provide the DMV with proof of age and identity, Social Security number, and residence. please visit the North Carolina DMV's website (http://www.ncdot.gov) for more information on the requirements for obtaining a nonoperators identifcation card.

7. In order to obtain a NC nonoperators identification card, you may need a certified copy of your birth certificate or marriage license. Please indicate whether you have possession of either of the following documents:

  Yes No
A certified copy of your birth certificate
A certified copy of your marriage license

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