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Voter Eligibility in Rhode Island
To register to vote in Rhode Island, you must be a United States citizen, a Rhode Island resident, and at least 16 years old (you must be 18 years old to actually vote on election day).
If you meet all requirements, you must be registered 30 days in advance of the next election in order to vote. After registering with the Rhode Island DMV, you should receive notice in the mail of your voter status. If you do not receive a voter registration card within 3 weeks, contact your local Board of Canvassers.
Register to Vote in Rhode Island
As a resident of Rhode Island, you can register to vote by mail or in person.
To register to vote in Rhode Island, you must first fill out EITHER:
Forms are also available from your local Board of Canvassers, Rhode Island DMV office, or other state agencies.
To submit your form:
NOTE: If you mail your registration form AND you are registering to vote for the first time, you must provide ID information. See “Registration ID Requirements” below for more details.
You should receive a notification of receipt of your registration within 3 weeks of mailing it.
Registration ID Requirements
If you are a first-time voter registration applicant AND you are mailing your registration, you will need to provide either:
- Your Rhode Island driver’s license number.
- Your RI DMV-issued ID number.
If you don’t have a RI driver’s license or ID, you can submit your Social Security number.
If you don’t have any of this information OR if it cannot be verified, you’ll have to provide a copy of 1 form of identification. See a complete list of accepted ID.
Out-of-State Voter Registration
If you are in the military and stationed outside of Rhode Island or if you are a U.S. citizen living overseas, you need to fill out the Military and Overseas Voters Ballot Application/Federal Post Card Application (FPCA).
This form doubles as both a registration form AND a request for a ballot.
Change Your Name or Address
To change your name or address on your voter registration, you must complete a new Rhode Island Voter Registration Form OR National Voter Registration Form with the updated information.
You can turn in the form at your local Rhode Island DMV office or take or mail it to your local Board of Canvassers.
RI Voter ID Laws
In addition to the ID required to register to vote, you will need to present photo ID at the time of voting, such as your:
If you don’t already have a photo ID, the Rhode Island Secretary of State (SOS) will provide you with a voter ID card.
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Where do you go to Replace a Voter Registration Card? ? | Yahoo Answers
I have NEVER been asked to show any ID to vote. Most people loose their card.