I’m at a loss to see how these examples prove a need for the types of laws struck down by the appeals courts in North Carolina, Wisconsin, Texas, North Dakota and Kansas. In fact, perusing your “database,” it seems the preponderance of fraud cases revolve around absentee ballots and voter registration. The fact that these violations were detected, caught, and prosecuted without those “voter id” laws is evidence those laws are designed for something completely different (i.e, suppression of votes.)
Contrary to your statement that “Progressives insist that voter fraud is a myth,” most people would agree fraud does exist, but that voter impersonation is a minuscule percentage of votes cast. The “myth” is that voter impersonation is rampant and these draconian laws are necessary to stop it. Reasonable people agree the kinds of infractions you are highlighting here and in your “database” can and should be addressed with better processes and procedures which can be implemented without the disenfranchisement caused by the laws you prefer.