Are you ready to vote? Here’s what you need at the polls
WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) - Election Day is expected to bring in large crowds of voters and what you bring to the polls matters. There are several forms of ID you can bring to the polls besides a state-issued ID.
Wichita County Elections Manager Penny Baxley explained what you can use.
“They can take an impediment and they can take like a form of a bill, a paycheck stub, they can also use their concealed license, their passport, and their military ID,” Baxley said. “There are different forms of IDs they can use if they don’t have a state-issued ID.”
Poll workers can help voters at the polls, but they are not allowed to tell voters who to vote for. If voters need help reading the ballots, poll workers can help but they can’t stand over a voter while they cast a vote. Poll workers also can’t question a voter’s form of ID they choose to use.
The polls open Tuesday at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Click here for the location nearest you.
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