Does the photo ID need to have the address printed on it?
No. A photo ID does not need to have your address on it e.g. college student ID, employee ID or U.S. passport.

There are two types of ID requirements in First Time voters who: registered by mail after January 1, 2003, and are voting for the first time in a primary/election with federal candidates and have an "asterisk" next to their name on the official registry list must present a copy of a current and valid photo identification that shows your name and address, or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or government document that shows your name and address or cast a Provisional ballot.

All other voters, this includes most voters, must present your social security card or any pre-printed form of identification that shows your, name and address or name and signature or name and photograph or a sign statement under penalty of false statement on Form ED-681 entitled "Signatures of Electors Who Did Not Present ID," provided by the Secretary of State (which is provided at the polling place) that the elector whose name appears on the official check list is the same person who is signing the form.

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1. How do I register to vote?
2. Am I on the Newington voting list?
3. Where do I vote? What is my voting district?
4. Who handles absentee balloting in my town?
5. What happens if I am not on the list of registered voters at the polling place?
6. What is Election Day Registration?
7. Do I have to re-register if I move or change my name?
8. Does the photo ID need to have the address printed on it?
9. My new driver's license indicates that it is not for federal identification. May I use it as identification at the polling place?
10. How do I get my name removed for the voter list?
11. Can I vote in the next primary?
12. How was I selected for jury duty?
13. How do I become a poll worker?