Government issued photo ID needed to vote

All voters must have photo identification when they head to the polls June 3rd. If they don't, they won't be able to vote.It's now the law to have a government issued photo identification to vote. Valid IDs include: drivers license, non-driver ID card, state issued ID, federal issued ID, passport, military ID and tribal ID. Employee IDs are accepted for people who work for the federal government, State of Alabama, a county, a city, a board within Alabama or another entity of Alabama. Student and employee IDs are also ok if they are issued by a public or private college or university in Alabama.Saturday, a voter registration and ID drive was held at the Five Points West Branch Library. It was a change for people to get a free Alabama photo ID.The law applies to the June 3rd primary. That's the primary for the Republicans and Democrats in Alabama.