These 7 states are pushing Non-Citizen voting…

In 2018, House Republicans adopted a resolution recognizing “that allowing illegal immigrants the right to vote devalues the franchise and diminishes the voting power of United States citizens.”

All but one Republican voted for the measure, which was adopted 279–72. A total of 71 House Democrats voted against the resolution, while 49 joined Republicans in supporting it.

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Here is a rundown of seven states where local jurisdictions either allow noncitizens to vote or are considering doing so, and another four that rejected the idea in the past three years.


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