This is my first election cycle back in Georgia, and so some things stood out.
1. I had to show ID. I approve - if elections are so important that disenfranchising people is a horrible, no good, very bad election policy, then it seems that letting people vote who are not entitled to (i.e. fraud) is by definition disenfranchising people who have a legitimate right to vote. In other words, by its own logic, allowing voter fraud is a horrible, no good, very bad election policy.
2. Georgia uses electronic voting machines. This is bad juju.
3. The electronic voting machine does not print out a paper copy of my ballot for me to verify and deposit in the ballot box. This is double plus ungood - how can I know that my ballot was correctly tabulated? What, I'm supposed to trust that the elected officials are security savvy enough to keep someone from fiddling with the code?
Like I said, allowing voter fraud is a horrible, no good, very bad election policy.