Get disenfranchised (like a boss)
I've read innumerable articles about requiring photo ID in order to vote. This week's Economist provided the latest one, and included an argument that is part of pretty much every article on the topic:
"Democrats argue that such provisions have the effect of disenfranchising minorities, young people and the poor, who are more likely to lack suitable ID than other groups (and who mostly vote for them)."
This is fundamentally an identification issue, not a voting issue. Why don't the young and the poor have ID? If the problem is that it is too expensive, then the solution is reducing the fees. If the problem is that they don't have traditional evidence of identity, then the solution is a regulatory change to allow more discretion in evaluating evidence of identity. If the problem is that they don't have access to an issuing office, then the solution is to provide more access.
There is no situation in which improving access to identification is not a better solution than disallowing ID requirements at the polls.