Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Department of Elections
State Board of Elections
Voter Registration [1 VAC 20 ‑ 40]
Chapter is Exempt from Article 2 of the Administrative Process Act
Action Revise Valid Definition
Stage Proposed
Comment Period Ended on 8/4/2014
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7/26/14  4:46 pm
Commenter: Robert M. Nutt

Proof of valid License in the State of VA

I am a resident in Fairfax County, and i vote in a school near my home. I am registered to vote in a nearby school where they have the information on file about me as a voter, and I show my vaild driver's license which they accept. If someone is not a driver, but needs a vaild ID card, that can be obtained by going to anyone of the county's license offices, where after proving who you are, you can get a vaild "ID card" with a current "date" to prove who you are, and where you live, including where you vote.  Anything short of this appears to me to be "illegal", and I urge you to exclude allowing anyone to vote without a valid state issued ID card to prove who they are and where they live.  Thank you,

Robert M. Nutt

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