Republicans in the state Senate have passed legislation to require photo ID's to vote in person --- and added identity requirements for people who want to vote by mail.
The bills are among several measures to tighten voting rules.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer has said she would veto the bills if they reach her desk, but the GOP could sidestep her by enacting ballot proposals.
Michigan voters without a photo ID can sign an affidavit to vote.
Under the legislation, they'd vote a provisional ballot and would have to later verify their identity for it to count.