Jan 25, 2016 6:05 PM

If you're planning to vote in the NH primary, make sure you bring your photo ID


Voters heading to the polls this year in the New Hampshire primary will need a photo ID.

For example, a driver's license or military ID would both be acceptable.

To keep everything on the up and up, judges will be assigned to hear voter and ballot challenges.

If a voter doesn't have an ID, they will have to fill out an affidavit swearing who they are.

They will also have their photo taken.

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