Washington holds all elections by mail, so this provision impacts few voters. If ID isn’t introduced, the voter supplies name and address and indicators an affidavit. If ID is not offered, the voter signs an affidavit and supplies date of delivery and different information from the poll book. If ID is not presented, the voter votes on a provisional ballot and must present ID in particular person or via mail or email before the canvass board meets. If ID is not presented, a voter offers name, date of delivery, and tackle, and indicators beneath penalty of creating a false assertion. An election official can waive the identification requirement if s/he knows the voter.

On May 5, 2017 Iowa enacted HB 516, which establishes a non-strict non-photo ID requirement. It establishes five types of ID which may be accepted which all embody a photo, but in addition features a provision that …