Let's take a look at how Voter ID works in the state that started it (in an attempt to reduce voting fraud), my own fair Indiana:
Public Law 109-2005 requires Indiana residents to present a government-issued photo ID before casting a ballot at the polls on Election Day.Oo, nooooooes! How can those cruel, cru-el people do that? Don't they know The Poor can't possibly comply, not without missing meals and having to leave Timmy down the well?
...Glad you asked:
If you do not possess an ID that is acceptable for voting purposes, Public Law 109-2005 requires the BMV to issue an Indiana State ID Card for free.[Emphasis mine] Please note the same Public Law is referenced in the two quotes. Yes, that's right, the very same law that required you to actually identify yourself also required the state to provide you the means to do so, free for nothing!
--Oh, and any military ID will do, even the ones that expire "INDEF." Or perhaps your driver's license or State ID is expired? Hey, as long as it ran out after the most recently-past General Election, you're good to go.
I'm still assured by the people in funny glasses inside my TV that It Is All A Koch Brothers Plot Against Democrats; and in support, let's take a look at the wild success that plot achieved in 2008 here in the Hoosier heartland, long a GOP stronghold: