Not only did the investigators not need Voter ID, they relied on more sophisticated techniques, including DNA evidence and... are you ready for it? A John Doe investigation! Not the one looking into Scott Walker's campaign finance shenanigans, although this accused fraudster voted for Walker twice. No, this separate Doe probe was called to look into the vote fraud case.
Even though Voter ID wouldn't have stopped this individual from voting illegally 13 times, Republicans are busy projecting their own flaws, claiming he couldn't have done it at all if their swell Voter ID law were not blocked by the courts. Only problem: He also voted fraudulently in Indiana, which DOES have a Voter ID law. Whoops.
Meanwhile, if the current political and legal battle over the Walker-centric Doe probe is any indication, Republicans shortly will be complaining that this Shorewood supporter of theirs was only chosen for punishment because the Milwaukee County district attorney is a Democrat. Never mind that the Milwaukee DA has charged a handful of others with vote fraud over the years, but be aware of these facts, from a piece in Salon.com: