This spring the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state requiring photo IDs for voters in Indiana. The purpose was to prevent voter fraud.
But photo IDs are not always good representatives of individuals. Through time most people change their hairstyles, get new glasses or are changed significantly by the aging process.
Those changes will affect identification by precinct judges who don’t know them from previous elections because the voter moved.
Surely there are better methods to prevent voter fraud it if is really taking place than photo IDs.