As much as it’s ironic to see a Republican secretary of state accused of voter fraud after all the anti-ACORN madness, it’s worth noting that voter fraud is pretty easy to commit and yet not hugely damaging to democracy in most cases.
For example, if you move from one state to the next, but forget to unregister in your original place of residence, you are still on the voter rolls there! And, if you vote absentee, even though you have shifted address in one way or another (vehicle registration, driver’s license, state employee w/ paychecks, etc.), you may be committing voter fraud — depending on your jurisdiction. If you’ve moved within the same state, odds are even higher that you didn’t reregister, because your normal state ID remained the same until it had to be renewed.
The kind of error that Charlie White made is probably not as common a crime as, say, speeding on the highway, but it’s probably a whole lot less dangerous.