In 2005, the bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform co-chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker III issued a report that proposed a number of reforms, including requiring voter IDs for registration and voting: “… [T]o make sure that a person arriving at a polling site is the same one who is named on the list, we propose a uniform system of voter identification based on the ‘REAL ID card’ or an equivalent for people without a drivers license.”