Everyone should consider for a moment the amount of work it woul
Woodbine - Everyone should consider for a moment the amount of work it would require to commit the type of voter fraud an ID law would claim to prevent. Find a registered voter who doesn't vote in a different district, drive to that district, and forge a signature. The reward is a single vote for a candidate, and the risk is a hefty fine and prison. Is it really a shock that there is no widespread proof of this happening?