Republican Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed House Bill 75 into law Tuesday that requires Wyoming voters to present a valid ID before casting a vote.
This voter ID bill, primarily sponsored by Rep. Chuck Gray, will be effective on July 1.
The new bill requires Wyoming voters to show one of the following forms of valid ID in order to vote at the polls:
A Wyoming driver’s license as defined by W.S. 31‑7‑102(a)(xxv) A tribal identification card issued by the governing body of the Eastern Shoshone tribe of Wyoming, the Northern Arapaho tribe of Wyoming or other federally recognized Indian tribe A Wyoming identification card issued under W.S. 31‑8‑101 A valid United States passport A United States military card A valid Medicare or Medicaid insurance card (wouldn’t be valid after Dec. 31, 2029) A driver’s license or identification card issued by any state or outlying possession of the United States