In the United States, voting rights are extended freely and without monetary cost to every legally eligible voter. Most states have some form of voter ID requirement to vote. While it may be assumed that a driver’s license is possessed by most, there are many who do not drive and therefore need a government/state issued photo identification. The Voter ID law requires some form of identification in order to vote or receive a ballot for an election. In most jurisdictions, voters must present a photo ID in order to cast their vote.

Each of the 50 United States has their own laws for the collection of biographic data from their citizens, and have other conditions that need to be met in order to be eligible to cast a vote. manageID is the ideal solution for issuing voter IDs. manageID allows program administrators to collect all the biographic data they need from the applicant, along with the ability to capture a photograph of the individual. This information is stored in one central location and further processed in the back end to adjudicate the individual before issuing a Voter ID. The Voter ID is equipped with basic information, the individual’s photo, and incorporates overt and covert security features, which are layered and blended with personal data to form a significant barrier to imitation, replication and duplication.