You may need a photo I-D when registering and casting a ballot at one-stop voting sites in the waning days before an election.
Republican leaders plan to offer an amendment requiring the photo I-D to a bill approved last week by a House committee.
The legislation now requires a utility bill or pay stub with the person's name and address.
But Senate Minority Leader Phil Berger says those items are too unreliable as a means of proving identity.
The measure is not yet scheduled for debate in the full House. A companion Senate bill has been heard in committee but not acted upon.