Impact of Voter ID Laws and How Libraries Can Help All Eligible Voters Exercise their Freedom to Vote

In 2024, 38 states have voter ID laws. Many of these laws went into effect after the last presidential election. Voters who do not have an ID that will be accepted in their state will be disenfranchised. VoteRiders and Libraries can help ensure that every voter has the information and ID they need to vote. Learn about voter ID laws and how you can help by providing accurate and up to date information about voter ID laws and refer potential voters who do not have an accepted ID to VoteRiders for free ID assistance.


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About VoteRiders

VoteRiders is a non-partisan, non-profit organization with a mission to ensure that all citizens have the ID they need to exercise their freedom to vote. VoteRiders works directly with people who are eligible to vote to obtain the state ID they need to vote, including any underlying documents (birth certificate, Social Security card, etc.). Because cost should never be a barrier to voting, VoteRiders will pay for fees and transportation associated with obtaining an ID (including the costs of underlying documents). By working with VoteRiders, individuals not only have the ID they need to make their voices heard at the ballot box but also can use their state ID to assist with jobs, housing, travel, and much more.