I see "Family_Values" can't pass the most basic requirement:
...detail the steps it takes to vote, including registration... Prove you know how it works before you offer photo id to vote as a solution. Cite examples of in person voter fraud that would have been prevented with photo id.
I know the process. I know what's required to register. I know what's required to vote now and before photo id was required. I know that photo id hasn't reduced voter fraud because there was none before photo id. There was none at all where I live. Zero cases.
You know how come people could vote in this country and other countries for hundreds of years without photo id? Because clever people came up with a system that was pretty damn good.
You register to vote, proving you are eligible.
Your address is required.
You are sent a voter id card.
You sign the card.
When it's time to hold an election, your precinct gets your name and address published in the voter roll book.
When you go to vote, you sign your name in the voter roll next to your address.
Your signature is verified in the book and on the card.
You get a ballot with a serial number.
If someone shows up at your precinct pretending to be you, and your signature and ballot are already voted, then this may be a cause of fraud. They can be given a provisional ballot to vote, however it will be verified before it is counted. The key is that this is a huge red flag.
If you show up and try and vote and you can't because the system says you already voted (signed at your address), you are given a provisional ballot. Same thing as above. Two people, same address, same name, red flag.
The serial numbers may come in handy for determining what happened, however most of the time that isn't even required.
It is almost always resolved without any finding of criminal intent. This story and explanation from North Carolina is a good read and example: abc11.com
It pretty much works the same way here.
Photo ID at the poll doesn't do a thing to improve the process. Nada.