Enough about voter fraud. If I want to commit voter fraud by impersonation, I will have to get precinct maps, find someone who lives there and go to that precinct.
When I get there, I will have no idea about the following things: If the person is registered to vote. The person has already voted. The person votes differently from me. A precinct worker knows that person and denies my attempt. My picture is taken.
Even if I go to several precincts, I have spent far too much time and risk during a workday for little effect. I would have been better off registering in several states and using absentee ballots.
If I want to make a difference, I need to be on the inside of the process. There I can use methods with proven track records of altering elections at every level – ballot manipulation, bribery, purging voter rolls, gerrymandering, precinct starving, relocating voting sites and hacking touchscreen voting machines.
Anyone who defends the voter ID law with the election integrity defense is committing greater fraud than I am. It will accomplish nothing except disenfranchizing the poor and making voting more difficult.