Did you know many U.S. state constitutions do not limit voting to U.S. citizens? In fact, Chicago, San Francisco, and 11 cities in Maryland allow non-citizens to vote. New York and Boston are trying to be next.
In fact, only two state constitutions specifically limit voting to US Citizens – Arizona, and North Dakota where the Citizen Voters Amendment was passed at the November 2018 ballot with a landslide 66% of the vote.
CitizenVoters.vote is supporting state based constitutional amendments – The Citizen Voters Amendment – which will read:
“”ONLY A CITIZEN” shall be an elector.”