I can tackle this one. When the voter ID laws were first proposed by the republican majority in the PA state house (and obviously other states that passed similar laws) it was under the guise of protecting from "widespread voter fraud" that occurred over the past few election - voter fraud that never actually existed.<quoted text>
I thought you and others said there were no such cases or history of voter fraud? Why would anyone need a ID to show who they are...But now apparently you're saying Republicans are commiting voter fraud all over the place. Why all of the reports of voter fraud? To me this is a perfect example of why we need to protect the voting system by having a voting ID.
Now, only after the voter ID laws were passed, are instances of republican voter fraud coming to light because they're related to this election - not previous ones. But the fraud is mostly related to voter intimidation and politically-motivated registrars. Not sure voter ID would even fix those problems.