Wednesday, July 18, 2018

San Francisco Opens Non-Citizen Voting in School Board Elections

Better to have illegals or faggots on the school board?
Welcome to California.
San Francisco’s Department of Elections has begun registering non-U.S. citizens to vote in the city’s school board elections.

As Bay Area public radio station KQED reported, San Francisco voters passed Proposition N in 2016, giving non-citizens the ability to vote in some local elections. Similar measures had failed on two previous attempts.

Non-citizen voting in school board elections has also been approved in Chicago, Illinois, and Cambridge, Massachusets, according to CBS San Francisco.

Foreign citizens looking to vote in the upcoming October 22 San Francisco Board of Education election must meet eligibility requirements as laid out by the city’s Department of Elections...


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