The state Division of Motor Vehicles reminds voters they need a photo ID card in order to vote in the Feb. 20 primary election and in three other elections this year.

The most commonly used ID card is a driver’s license. Those who don’t have a driver’s license can get a free state ID card from the Division of Motor Vehicles, which requires documents such as a birth certificate.

For information on DMV-issued cards, call its Voter ID hotline at 844-588-1069.

Military ID cards, passports and some other forms of identification also can be used to vote. For more details about voter ID and voter registration, go online to or check with your local municipal clerk. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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