But, of course, you're unlikely to hear that, or even this story itself, from the tenacious Fox "News" "voter fraud special investigative unit" or the GOP clowns who help them disinform American voters.
As I've noted before, photo ID laws do nothing to prevent this kind of fraud. As I've noted before, impersonating another person at the polls is so incredibly rare, and so easily detected, trying to stamp it out by disenfranchising thousands of legitimate voters is a fool's errand. And as I've also noted before, if a Republican is complaining about something, you can bet that he or she is neck deep in the activity at the root of the complaint, be it voter fraud, teh gays, or whatever.
UPDATE: I still cannot post in comments but Lefty points us to a similar story recently adjudicated in Ohio involving a Democratic poll worker that I was unaware of. The point is, of course, that voter fraud simply doesn't occur in person, when it happens it is by manipulation of the process by insiders, usually via absentee ballot abuse. Voter ID laws do not, and in fact the cannot, address those problems. So again, what is the point other than an attempt to supress turnout?