This report lists a few election where Voter ID laws have made it a little harder to go from polling place to polling place casting votes as different people. That’s why the demonrats oppose such laws.
With the new Voter ID law in Texas, the vote total was down 4.6% from 2010, and in Virginia, it was down about 1% from the 2010 midterms. But there was no Senate election that year, either. “While there are no studies yet on the impact on turnout in Virginia, Nate Silver estimates, based on academic studies, that in general such laws reduce turnout by about 2.4 percent.”
But wait, there were 11% fewer votes cast in Maryland this year, too! And down 9.5% in Massachusetts!! How can that be? There is no Voter ID law in Maryland or Massachusetts disenfranchising the fraudulent.
So where is the disenfranchisement that was supposed to happen?