* Driver's license
* Government-issued ID
* Citizen ID card
* Military ID
* You can request a special election ID card
"A decision came down from the U.S. Supreme Court, and now photo ID is the law in Texas. So, I'm not paying much attention to the litigation or what have you, I'm just focusing on making sure that people know about photo ID and that they're ready on election day," said Texas Secretary of State John Steen.
He went on to say no one will be turned away at the polls. If you don't have the proper ID, you can vote provisionally. Then you have six days to provide a form of ID.
(Story from myhighplains.com)