|Yes, There Is Voter Fraud|
These numbers from North Carolina are certainly big enough to sway an election:
And then we had the sweet old lady that was an election officer in Ohio that admitted to voting for Obama several times in 2012. (She just got out of jail.)
Voting twice is one of the easier types of voter fraud to detect, and voter ID wouldn't help much in that regard. By far the most difficult type of voter fraud to detect is when people vote under another person's name. Once that fraudulent vote is cast it is very difficult if not impossible to detect.
So what's that nonsense about state-provided voter ID disenfranchising voters? Seems to me that voter fraud disenfranchises not simply eligible voters, but those that actually get off their duff and voted.