Wednesday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed the "Voter ID bill" into law after the PA State House of Representatives passed it earlier in the day.
The Senate approved the controversial bill by a narrow margin last week.
It is now a requirement for all voters, not just first time voters, to provide a valid form of photo identification at the polls.
Officials will roll the law out slowly for the April 24th primaries, allowing you to vote without ID, but come November, you will not be allowed to vote without it.
To read the bill, which includes the valid forms of identification, click here.