ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia voters who want to cast a ballot in person Tuesday should remember that the state's voter ID law has withstood legal challenges and will be in effect.
The law allows voters to present any 1 of several forms of identification. The most common is a Georgia driver's license. Even an expired one will do.
Any other valid photo identification card issued by a state or federal government is good enough, as well.
That includes a free voter ID card that can be obtained from county registrars or the state's Department of Driver Services.
The other possibilities include a valid U.S. passport, a valid U.S. military photo ID or a valid tribal photo ID.
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