8/19: In the freest nation in the world, our system of government and our very liberty depend on free and fair elections.
11/6: Project Veritas recorded an election official in Texas admitting that "tons" of noncitizens vote in elections at their polling place.
10/16: This analysis reveals critical vulnerabilities in North Carolina’s voting administration system and explores how those weaknesses could impact election outcomes.
The College Park, Maryland, City Council voted 4-3 in favor of amending their Charter in favor of allowing noncitizens to vote in local elections. There was one problem... their city's charter requires six votes to amend it.
An ACRU video team captured the action at the College Park, Maryland City Council on Sept. 12, when they approved a measure granting noncitizens the right to vote in city elections.
After attracting a national spotlight for proposing that noncitizens be allowed to vote in city elections, the College Park (Maryland) City Council appeared unprepared to discuss the proposal during a work session.
Non-citizens are registering to vote under current federal law, as shown in documents submitted by the American Civil Rights Union to the U.S. Supreme Court in Kobach v. U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
The ACRU’s brief asked the high court to hear arguments by Arizona and Kansas in defense of their request to the EAC to include a citizenship question on federal registration forms in those states.
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