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story.lead_photo.caption Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft speaks about the state's new voter ID law. Photo by Jenny Gray / Fulton Sun.

A new voter ID law went into effect last June, outlining identification options for registered Missouri voters to use on Election Day at their polling location.

Most Missourians have a Missouri Driver's License or Non-driver License, which is an acceptable photo ID for voting. There are also plenty of other options, too.

Provide a Missouri issued Driver or Non-Driver license, U.S. Passport or Military ID.

Provide a secondary form of identification, such as a government check, a paycheck or bank statement and sign a statement confirming identity. Also, a voter registration card, Missouri university photo ID or utility bill.

If the voter has no form of identification, but is a registered voter, they may cast a provisional ballot

Missouri's photo voter ID law also requires the state to assist voters who might not have a photo ID with the process of obtaining one free Missouri non-driver license for the purpose of voting.

For more information: Show It 2 Vote Hotline (866-868-3245) or [email protected]

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