Haven't seen mine in years.
But now the bill being considered as a "compromise" voter ID law in the NC House would require both your voter registration card and "one of seven approved photo identifications."
But wait! There's a new hoop for a voter to jump through (according to AP reporter Gary D. Robertson) which will involve hardly any headaches for Board of Elections workers and certainly no slow lines at all on election day (and I'm not making this up!):
...two poll workers first would decide if the signature of the person presenting a voter registration card matches the signature used when the person registered to vote.
The original signature would be scanned and placed in the voter rolls at the precinct. The person would be allowed to cast a provisional ballot if one or both workers don't accept the signature as authentic and prove their identity with county elections officials to ensure it's counted.
Good to know that my right to vote freely and unencumbered will be entrusted to nothing more complicated that the eye-sight and lack of befuddlement of a poll worker given the power to divine if my signature on Election Day exactly matches my signature when I registered to vote in Watauga County 40-odd years ago.
Naw! No problems with this plan!