ACLU Offering Reward for Evidence of Voter Impersonation - NYTimes.com
In fact, while these sorts of *claims* are often made, they almost never turn out to be true. And in the vanishingly small number of cases where it does turn out to be true, it is almost always the result of poll worker error or mischief, and almost never the result of voter impersonation. In other words, voter ID laws would do nothing to diminish what is already a virtually nonexistent problem. But they would keep millions of people from voting if done on a large scale.