City council members in Burlington, Vermont, passed a resolution in a 10-2 vote on Monday, which would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections.
Councilman Adam Roof, who sponsored the resolution, argued that non-citizens are still residents of the city and should be allowed to vote regardless of whether or not they are U.S. citizens.
“The right to vote is more important now than ever before,” Roof told WCAX-TV. “All residents have the right, in my eyes, to participate in the local democratic process, and the highest level of participation in that process is being able to cast your vote.”
How many times have i said 2020, early vote, absentee vote, write in votes!!! we found these votes in a broom closet, and these in van by the airport!! How many more do you have? Well how many do we need? well now add illegals voting to that too!!!!!!OOH OOH and multiple votes like always!!!
2016 and midterms were all trial runs to test limitation and weakness in the system!