Voters going to the polls tomorrow are required to have the proper identification in order to vote.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Carroll County Clerk Peggy McGaugh:

Peggy McGaugh

McGaugh said there’s been some confusion generated by the national media attention given to photo ID laws, but Missouri does not require a photo ID.  She explained a drivers license is an acceptable form of ID to bring to the polls.  They will also accept the identification card issued by the state of Missouri or the County Clerk’s office, a social security card, a college ID, or a copy of a currenty utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck that contains their name and address.  She said if a voter does not bring ID, but two poll workers from separate parties know the person, they will still be able to vote, but it will bog down lines.