D.C. Mayor: Bring Photo ID If You’re Heading to Restaurant, Bar, or Nightclub….

By Staff | January 17, 2022 | 9:36am EST
(Part of a Tweet from DC Mayor's Office)
(Part of a Tweet from DC Mayor's Office)

Democrat activists would have you believe it’s voter suppression to require a government-issued photo I.D. at the polls.

But in heavily Democrat Washington, D.C., you’ll need a photo I.D. to enter eating and drinking establishments and many other specified indoor venues.

As D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser tweeted on Saturday, “Friendly reminder that if you’re heading out to a restaurant, bar, or nightclub, starting today you will need:

1. Proof of Vaccination and Photo ID (18 +)

2. Proof of Vaccination (12 +)

3. Mask

(Tweet from DC Mayor's Office)
(Tweet from DC Mayor's Office)

According to the D.C. Health Department:

Businesses will also need to verify vaccination with photo identification for patrons ages 18 years and older, such as:

-- State issued driver’s license or limited purpose driver’s license

-- Any other state issued identification card

-- Passport

-- DC One Card

-- Student ID

-- Permanent resident card

Those acceptable forms of I.D. are more stringent than those proposed by Democrats in the Senate’s "Freedom to Vote Act."


Also See:
Voter ID Requirements Make Sense


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