“Minn. group claims voter impersonation bounty”

I think this example misses the point. There are document cases of impersonation fraud occurring with absentee ballots. Absentee ballots are stolen, misdirected, etc. What Minnesota Majority found is nothing new.

What is very hard to find, in contrast, and what is the only kind of fraud that a voter identification law stops, is in person (polling place) fraud.

As I explain here, such fraud is an illogical and inefficient way to steal an election.

If groups really cared about preventing voter fraud, they’d begin by heavily curtailing the use of absentee ballots, not the use of i.d. for polling place voting.

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