Indiana had it 4 years ago when Obama won and nut jobs claimed voter fraud then ....<quoted text>Non-issue. The voters had to be registered before going to the polls. Voter impersonation simply doesn't happen. BTW, we don't have a voter ID law in CT but I have been asked for photo ID in every election in the past 20 years.
True story. I was one of the few true and documented victims of voter fraud (or poll worker error) many years ago (more than 30)
I showed up to vote only to be told that I already had. The signature on the register was so illegible that no one was willing to say that the person was even attempting to sign my name (this was before they had a photocopy of my signature right there to compare)
It took me 5 hours to convince the officials that I hadn't voted and they allowed me to cast a ballot - but whether someone fraudulently voted in my place or just signed on the wrong line will never be known.
That said - Voter ID has been in effect here long enough that it has really become a non issue in terms of affecting turn out (bad news Tacky - any benefit for Republicans appears to be short term only)