No. The Texas mandatory Photo ID law was struck down by the Justice Department.
Bring your yellow voter registration card with you to the polls in order to vote OR one of the following forms of identification*:
- A driver’s license or personal identification card issued by Texas or another state, even if the license or card has expired;
- A form of identification that contains your photograph and establishes your identity;
- A birth certificate or other document confirming birth that is admissible in a court of law and establishes the person’s identity;
- Your United States citizenship papers;
- Your United States passport;
- Official mail addressed to you by a governmental entity; or
- A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.
*First time Travis County voters may be required to show their voter registration card AND one of the additional forms of identification listed above.
You have the right to ask (an election official/poll worker) how to cast a ballot or use the voting machines.
You have the right to be assisted by a family member, friend, or election worker. You can have a ballot read to you or brought outside to your car if physically impaired. All polling locations are required to meet accessibility guidelines for people with disabilities.
You have the right to bring a family member or friend to interpret for you or assist you in translating and casting your ballot in the voting booth.
You have the right to demand a provisional ballot. If you were given a receipt when you registered to vote, show it to the poll worker.