(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota lawmakers are considering allowing another form of ID when showing up to vote.
A state Senate bill would allow voters to show a valid passport as proof of citizenship at the polls, on top of other already pre-approved methods like a valid drivers license, tribal I-D, and similar methods. North Dakota is the only state that doesn't require voter registration.
The bill is at the committee level as of this publication. You can learn more about the proposed legislation and see updates by clicking here.