Maine Revised Statutes

§112-A. Proof of identity for voting purposes

Any of the following forms of documentation may be offered by an applicant and considered by a registrar in verifying the identity of an applicant who is registering to vote under this chapter and whose name does not already appear in the central voter registration system as a registered voter. The registrar need not request or consider all of these forms of documentation in order to verify an applicant's identity. [2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW).]

1. Government-issued photograph identification document or credential.   A government-issued photograph identification document or credential, including, but not limited to, a current and valid United States passport, military identification, driver's license or state identification;
[ 2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW) .]
2. Other government-issued identification document.   A government-issued identification document without a photograph, including, but not limited to, a certified birth certificate or a signed social security card;
[ 2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW) .]
3. Other official documents.   An official document, including, but not limited to, a document confirming eligibility determinations for public benefits, a utility bill, a bank statement, a government check, a paycheck or other government document that shows the name and address of the voter; or
[ 2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW) .]
4. Verified unique identifier for new voters.   A verified unique identifier for new voters, including the voter's Maine driver's license number, Maine identification number or the last 4 digits of the voter's social security number that are successfully verified through the central voter registration system verification.
[ 2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW) .]
2009, c. 253, §11 (NEW).

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