An impostor illegally used a New Mexico’s man vote three days before the actual person came in to vote. The incident occurred in Rio Arriba County. When the real person came to cast his ballot, he was at first turned away, being told that he had already voted.
Only when the real person contested, saying he had not in fact voted, did election officials review their files and compare the signatures they had on record and the one signed by whoever voted three days earlier.
The signatures did not match. Why the officials did not check this in the first place has not been stated, and required voter ID laws were not in place.
Public polling has consistently shown that roughly 75-80 percent of the public supports voter ID laws. The ONLY reason to oppose voter ID laws is to enable fraud such as this.