Tough new election laws are requiring voters in many states to show a photo ID. Texas was one of those states where the law was proposed which has caused some confusion among voters Some states passed strict voter ID laws which has led some Texans unsure of whats needed when voting. In some states, voters are required to show their IDs or other identifying information in order to vote, but federal judges ruled that restrictive new photo ID requirements for Texas voters violated the voting rights act, this along with misinformation has caused confusion with some voters. Voter, Phyllis Thomas said, "a lot of them are not sure what they're supposed to take and some of them don't even realize what the card is for." Some voters wonder if they need two forms of identification. Voter, Cindy Gomez said,"no actually I don't it used to be a registration card and ID but now its like I've been so...I really don't," and since the voter ID law did not pass all rules and regulations are still in effect as last year. All you need is you're voter registration card. If you have you're card you shouldn't be asked for an ID. Webb County Elections Administrator Oscar Villarreal said,"since the new voter ID law did not pass what was in effect before is still in effect. If they have a Voter Registration Card thats sufficient if they don't, they can use a Sam's card. There are plenty of things they can use as an expectable ID." If you do not have a Voter card an ID or a form of identification containing a photograph that establishes a person's identity will work. Documentation such as birth certificate, passport, official mail, or utility bill is acceptable. If any of these forms are presented you shouldn't be turned away from the polling place. Elections administrators say it is very rare for a voter to be turned away at the poll. one of the only reasons stopping you would be if you're voting in a county you didn't currently live in.