Palm Beach County, Florida: Formed to combat the growing trend of local governments across the country giving legal voting rights to non-citizens, Citizen Voters announced that its Florida efforts have collected over 1.5 million petition signatures – well in excess of signatures needed to qualify for the November 2020 ballot. With this success, Florida joins […]
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Limits Voting in Alabama Only to US Citizens Constitutional Amendment will appear on November 2020 Ballot MONTGOMERY, AL – A proposed constitutional amendment sponsored by Alabama Senate Pro Tem Del Marsh (R-Anniston) has passed both chambers of the Alabama legislature and will appear on the November 2020 general election ballot. The constitutional amendment, if approved […]
City Council President Andrea Campbell wants to let noncitizens vote in Boston’s municipal
elections — possibly including illegal immigrants — and she’s planning to hold a hearing on the
New York has long suffered from abysmal voter turnout, and this election cycle so far hasn’t provided much cause for optimism.
A Maryland city voted Tuesday night to enfranchise noncitizens, the latest in a growing effort to expand immigrant voting rights.
A city in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., has decided to allow non-citizens to vote in municipal elections.
As President Trump continues to peddle his debunked theory that millions of illegal ballots in the 2016 presidential election cost him the popular vote, his commission on voter fraud is wasting federal resources to figure out just how many noncitizens voted in our federal and state elections.
Voting is considered a privilege that comes with American citizenship but there is a
movement to give that privilege to non-citizens.
President Donald Trump claims California allowed millions of non-citizens to vote in the 2016 elections.
New legislation is being pushed that would give illegal aliens the right to vote in New York City’s 2017 elections for mayor, comptroller, public advocate, borough president and City Council.