You need ID to register to vote. Every registered voter has ID.
In Chicago, all you need is a Library card. With anybody's name on it.
I am speaking from my own personal experience.
My daughter was registered in Des Plaines and going to school in Chicago. On election day she told me she had voted. I told her she should have stopped by the house, since she was in the suburbs and I wasn't working that day. She replied, "no, Dad, I voted down here in the city."
So apparently as long as you showed ID and registered to vote before dying, after you're dead you stay on the voting rolls forever and anyone can vote as the dead person. After all, you're legally registered to vote. /sarc
And that is exactly the reason why the commie RAT bastard demoRAT pigs & liberals & judges & unions, are so insanely opposed to photo id laws. We need a war in the country to throw all these pigs out of office & out of the judicial system!