So if there's more ID laws, there will be less cases of voter fraud, right gbaji?
The word you're looking for is fewer. I'm assuming this is your attempt at "lol gotcha!" because there are so few confirmed cases of voter fraud. But that's because it's nearly impossible to catch someone committing voter fraud. Want to know why? Because if you don't require ID, and you let people register right then and there, and your policy is to simply accept the word of the person that they are who they claim to be, a person has to really be stupidly blatant about it in order to get caught. Fraud at the voting booth is only even investigated if a poll worker takes the time out to file a complaint about someone who voted. And to do that, he's got to have a reason to suspect that one of the thousands of people who'll go through the line at that polling place is lying about who they are. How's that going to happen exactly?
We have close to no way of knowing how often voter fraud of this sort is committed. And that's the problem. My question is: Why is requiring an ID such a burden? Seems to me the only reason to oppose this is because you want people to be able to vote without any method to determine if they should be. I wonder why someone would want that?