Walker-The first guy was born in Italy. In that case he should have citizenship papers-unless he never bothered to become a citizen, in which case he shouldn't be voting. The story is pretty sketchy on details. The second guy was offered a provisional ballot which he refused. He did, however, end up getting to vote. And he is able to get his ID renewed. These cases are few and far between and solutions end up being found. This is not a reason to avoid doing something to make sure that people who come to vote really are who they say they are.