Online Voter Registration by State

Looking to register online? Here are the full details of each state and their support for online voter registration.

Last Updated: May 7, 2018.

State Online Voter Registration Website Description & ID Requirements
Alabama Yes Link OVR began in February 2016. Need a valid AL drivers’ license or valid AL non-drivers’ ID card.
Alaska Yes Link A voter needs a valid AL drivers’ license or State ID. Signature will come from DMV record.
Arizona Yes Link Need AZ drivers’ license or ID card.
Arkansas Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
California Yes Link If no signature on file with DMV, must send signed copy to county elections office.
Colorado Yes Link Need CO drivers’ license or ID card.
Connecticut Yes Link Need CT drivers’ license or ID card, and also have signature on file.
Delaware Yes Link Need DE drivers’ license or ID card.
DC Yes Link Need DMV Issued ID Number or a Social Security Number.
Florida Yes Link Need FL drivers’ license or ID card.
Georgia Yes Link Need GA drivers’ license or ID card, and also have signature on file.
Hawaii Yes Link Need HI drivers’ license or ID card; and Social Security Number.
Idaho Yes Link Need ID drivers’ license or ID card.
Illinois Yes Link Need an IL ID and last 4 digits of SS#.
Indiana Yes Link Need a signature in drivers’ license or ID database.
Iowa Yes Link In January 2015, the Iowa Voter Registration Commission voted unanimously to establish OVR.
Residents are able to register online by accessing a voter registration application through the state’s Department of Transportation website (Drivers’ license or ID Card #). It is limited to residents who have a signature already on file with the DOT.
Kansas Yes Link Need KS drivers’ license or ID card. Need SS# and Date of Birth. Provide signature either electronically or via DL.
Kentucky Yes Link Enacted in March 2016.
Louisiana Yes Link Need LA drivers’ license or a special ID card.
Maine PDF Link In 2016 a PDF voter registration card became available online; previously a fillable PDF was utilized merely as a request to be sent a voter registration application.
Maryland Yes Link Need a signature in drivers’ license or ID database.
Mass. Yes Link Need MA drivers’ license or ID card, and signature on file with RMV.
Michigan Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Minn. Yes Link Need MN drivers’ license or ID or last 4 of SS#.
Mississippi Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Missouri Yes Link A person can register to vote online and electronically provide a signature using a mobile device, tablet, or touchscreen computer. The state reviews the information and then prints out the form and sends it to the person’s local elections office for verification.
Montana Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Nebraska Yes Link OVR enacted in 2014, implemented in September 2015.
Nevada Yes Link Need NV drivers’ license or ID.
New Hampshire No Link Must apply at town or city clerk’s office; qualified individuals may also register at polling place on election day.
New Jersey Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
New Mexico Yes Link OVR enacted in April 2015, and implemented in early 2016. Applicants need: ss#, drivers’ license number/State ID number, date of birth.
New York Yes. Link If have a NY Drivers License or ID Card can register online through DMV.
North Carolina Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
North Dakota N/A North Dakota does not have voter registration. https://vip.sos.nd.gov/pdfs/Portals/votereg.pdf
Ohio Yes. Link OVR enacted May 2016; implemented in January 2017.
Oklahoma Passed but not yet implemented (currently — fillable PDF). Expected in 2020. Link OVR enacted in April 2015, not yet implemented. See https://www.ok.gov/elections/Online_Voter_Registration.html. Currently, a voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Oregon Yes Link Applicant’s signature must be in DMV database.
Penn. Yes Link Implemented in August 2015 without specific legislation. Need PA drivers’ license or ID.
Rhode Island Yes Link OVR enacted in mid-March 2016; implemented in early 2017.
South Carolina Yes Link Need SC drivers’ license or ID.
South Dakota Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Tennessee Yes Link Need TN drivers’ license or TN Dept of Safety and Homeland Security ID.
Texas Web form Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
Utah Yes Link Need Utah drivers’ license or ID.
Vermont Yes Link Implemented in October 2015 by Secretary of State without specific legislation.
Virginia Yes Link Need DMV #, SS# and DOB.
Washington Yes Link Need WA drivers’ license or ID.
West Virginia Yes Link Implemented in September 2015. Need DMV #, SS# and DOB.
Wisconsin Yes Link OVR enacted in mid-March 2016; implemented in early 2017.
Wyoming Fillable PDF Link A voter can complete the application online and then print, sign, and submit it.
 

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