By legal definition, to commit voter fraud means a person would have to present some kind of documentation at the polls - a driver's license, a phone bill or another form of ID - that bears the name of Mickey Mouse, for example.That's the definition? In all 50 states? That's funny because I never present any documentation when I vote.
I say who I am, they look me up on a print-out, and check my name off.
Wouldn't it be voter fraud if I lied about who I was - say at a second polling place - and voted again - even if I never showed any documentation?
Unless my judgement is flawed,
even paperless voter fraud