Good Evening Yunzer. Your comment begins with: "You do know that in none of the electoral systems of the democracies of the world do they worry about the problems you describe. Don't you?"
No. I do not know this. I have not studied other electoral systems of the democracies of the world. I suppose it is possible, that these other nations do not have the social situations from which Voter misrepresentations might occur. They might not be getting a heavy influx of illegal immigrants, or they simply don't care about legitimate criteria for Citizen Participation in the governance of their nation.
Here in California, I receive a notice of when and where I am to report to vote...so, I am aware of that process. The polling place officials do verify that I am who I say I am. If I remember right, they have me state my address and ask to see my driver's license. Then they hand me a ballot. This works well.
What Voter Registration should want to achieve is to make sure that a Citizen is Truly a Citizen...and therefore has the right to participate in the governance process. One day, "Standards For True American Citizenship" will be developed and these will not allow non-Citizens to "warp" Our National Will.
Our borders are not as "insular" as they should be. And this could become an additional problem in Our Governance Of Our Nation.
You ended you're reply with: "Now, please learn something about the world outside the USA's insular borders before you come here to comment again."
Yes. I will make a positive response to your request. I will learn "something" about the world outside of Our Borders, before I come here to comment again. I already learn something of this kind, every day, so your request is not difficult to fulfill.