|Action||Revise Valid Definition|
|Comment Period||Ends 8/4/2014|
The policy previously adopted by the SBE makes sense, for adminstrators, pollworkes, and voters. Aside from the fact that some of the acceptable forms of ID, including the new one issued by registrars' offices for voting purposes, have no expiration date, the fact that one's license or passport has a past expiration date is irrelevant for voting purposes. The identity doesn't expire, only the right to legally drive, travel, etc.
Retailers who verify ID for age-specific purposes or check-cashing/credit card validation do not look at expiration dates on the IDs, so why should pollworkers be required to do so for voting?
Please do not change the previously-accepted definition, and do not include a provision about 30 days past the expiration date being valid, which would also require unnecessary scrutiny by pollworkers. The identity of the individual is still valid.