Non-Citizens: 4 Shocking Facts on How They Can Vote

Craig Huey Government, Congress, and Politics, Politics 1 Comment

Non-citizen voting has made the front pages lately, despite the biased media’s denials and censorship.

Here are 4 shocking facts about how non-citizens are voting in elections… Including 2 major court victories to stop it:

Fact #1: Non-Citizen Driver License Voter Registration

Currently there are 16 states and the District of Columbia that allow non-citizens to obtain driver’s licenses, including California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington.

When non-citizens get their driver’s licenses, non-citizens can also register to vote.

There is no citizenship verification, and no penalties if they do.

Here is a great video explaining this major problem, about 3 minutes long.

Click HERE to watch.

Fact #2: Community Organizers and Voter Registration

Another method activists use to get non-citizens to vote include, community organizers adding illegals to the voter rolls, without any verification of citizenship.

For example, if a community organizing committee registers a non-citizen, most states never verify citizenship.

Fact #3: Government Services

Government services such as Obamacare, food stamps and welfare register people while they sign up for government aid — there’s no citizenship verification.

Fact # 4: Court Victory to Stop Non-Citizens Voting

Recently, the Biden Administration and the radical socialists in the Democrat Party received a staggering blow from the liberal, NY State Supreme Court — That stops non-citizens from voting.

The Court just ruled against a NY state law that allowed non-citizens to vote in New York City elections.

The problem of non-citizen being allowed to vote is not just limited to New York.  States like California, Vermont, and Maryland have similar laws to NY, and other states such as Illinois, Maine, and Massachusetts are considering passing laws to allow non-citizens to vote as well.

There is also some encouraging news coming out, of all places, San Francisco. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Richard Ulmer struck down a city ordinance that allowed illegal immigrants the “right” to vote in local school board elections.

The ordinance was in place since 2018 but was challenged by several groups opposed to illegals voting. In his ruling Judge Ulmer deemed the ordinance to be unconstitutional — A big win for election integrity.

But the fight still goes on. If we want election integrity nation-wide, we need to reform our federal and state laws now.

If you have examples of non-citizens voting, send them to me at craig@craighuey.com

Note: Chapter 11 of my book, The Deep State: 15 Surprising Dangers You Should Know, has details of voter fraud, including how a dog registered to vote.

You can order my book by clicking HERE.

What do you think? Email me at craig@craighuey.com

Comments 1

  1. Dear Craig Huey,
    In our last election 2022 for U.S. President etc., Polls suppose to open at 7am. So many people showed up at polling place at Peck Park in San Pedro, CA, However, polling place was closed. Someone standing outside of bldg. told everyone to put their ballots in a box outside. I went back to the polling place at 10 am & still polling place still closed but opened up shortly after 10am. Excuses were computers weren’t working and also polling person showed up late. Was very concerned.
    Ps. Everyone is encouraging all to vote. However believing our electoral system is corrupt in CA. Would be wonderful to have a back up system to also send and confirm our vote in an additional system to be counted.

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