Do I need identification to register to vote?

You do not need to show identification to register to vote. However, you are required to provide identification information on the form; either the last four digits of your social security number, your Massachusetts driver’s license number or Massachusetts State ID number. If you do not have that information when you register to vote you will be asked to show identification at the polls the first time that you vote in that location. The identification required at the polls must include the address at which you are registered. You may only register to vote on-line if you have a valid MA drivers license or State ID.

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1. How can I vote during the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election?
2. Who can vote by mail?
3. What are the instructions for a vote by mail ballot (early or absentee)?
4. Who is eligible to vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election?
5. How do I know if I am registered to vote?
6. How do I register to vote?
7. Do I need identification to register to vote?
8. I moved and changed my address at the Post Office does my voter registration transfer to my new community or my new address within Natick?
9. I recently moved and missed the voter registration deadline, may I vote at my previous polling location?
10. What hours are the polls open on Election day?
11. I registered to vote at the Registry of Motor Vehicles but did not receive a confirmation notice from the Town of Natick, what should I do?
12. What candidates and ballot questions are on the ballot for this election?
13. Do I need to show ID at the polls?
14. How do I find out where I vote?
15. My last residence is Natick and I am on active military duty, how can I vote?
16. I am a US citizen but live outside the continental United States, how can I vote?