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Election Identification Certificates now available

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Amarillo, TX - Early voting began Tuesday and to participate you will need a valid photo ID.

If you do not have a valid photo ID you can get an Election Identification Certificate.

An EIC is only for people who do not have a Texas Driver License, a US Passport, a Concealed Handgun License, a US Military ID or a US Citizenship Certificate.

If you do qualify, you may get an EIC for free at any Texas Driver License location and it will be valid for six years.

To apply for an EIC, visit a driver license office and complete an Application for Texas Election Certificate (DL-14C) (PDF).

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