VIDEO: How To Get A Rhode Island Voter ID
This one-minute video shows you how to get a free identification card that you can use when voting this year.
Starting with the 2012 election season — including the Apr. 24 Presidential primary in Rhode Island — all eligible voters will be required to show proof of identification at their polling place.
Woonsocket Voters have a chance to get their voter IDs today at 1 p.m. during a voter card drive at the Woonsocket Senior Center, running till 3 p.m.
Although the deadline to register to vote for the Presidential primary has already passed, those seeking to vote in the September primaries and November elections still have time to register and obtain a Voter ID card.
The accompanying video (running time 1 min.) provides a summary of how to get a free Rhode Island Voter ID card through the office of Secretary of State Ralph Mollis.
For more information on the Voter ID card, including whether you need one and how to get one, call the secretary of state's office at (401) 222-2340, TTY 711; email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit the Voter ID card web page at sos.ri.gov/elections/voterid/card/