You forgot to put any details in your post. Again, how will a person prove who they are when they vote?<quoted text>
The same way they did it before photo ID's became prevalent.
What is one thing you can get without a photo ID???
A photo ID.
Another issue is polling locations recording in excess of 100 percent of the registration rolls voting. For instance, Mary Landrieu won her seat initially by less than 500 votes with over 1.5 million votes cast, while a dozen precincts in New Orleans recorded over 100 percent turnout (among several other illegal activcities that election day).
Suppose someone goes to vote, and there is already a signature where their name is, and they are told they can't vote because they've already voted. What happens then?