Do I need voter ID?
All Utah voters must show ID. If you do not have a valid government-issued photo ID, like any state’s driver’s license, non-drivers ID, tribal ID, or passport, you can present two IDs that bear the name of the voter and that provide evidence the voter resides in the precinct (for example, student ID, utility bill, social security card, paycheck).
Are student IDs accepted?
Yes, if accompanied by another form of ID that provides evidence that you reside in the precinct, like a utility bill or bank statement.
Are IDs issued by other states accepted?
Option #1: Present ONE of the Following
- Valid Driver’s License or Nondriver ID
- Valid Federal or State Issued ID, like a Driver’s License from Utah or any other state.
- Valid US Passport, Military or Tribal ID.
Option #2: Present TWO forms of ID that bear your name and provide evidence that you reside in the voting precinct:
- Current utility bill dated within 90 days before the election
- Bank or another financial account statement
- Valid student or employee ID from a public or private college or university in the State of Utah.
- Valid Social Security Card or Birth Certificate
- Valid Employee ID
This is only applicable to voters registered in Utah. If you plan to vote in a different state, scroll down to check your state’s voter ID requirements.
Last updated 08/30/2018