"Could Non-citizens decide the November election?" - Washington Post
With what super pacs are aloud to do it wouldn't surprise me.
no. even if unregistered voters show up in hoards, it's our abysmal voter turnout that's deciding elections.
Please tell me how this or any election can be decided by the vast number of illegals when they're not supposed to be able to vote?
I agree with you that they are not suppose to be able to vote.
But there are non citizens who are registered and do vote.
Their votes could influence a close election.
And that's why we need IDs...to establish who you are and that you are eligible and possess the right to vote.
Again I agree with you.
Not all non citizens are illegals and they do have id's that would be accepted at the voting booth.
I'm not sure how to prevent non citizens from voting.
That should be vetted in the registration process.
Yep, should be but with the emphasis of political parties registering voters that will vote their way, no one is checking.
I know you'd like a solution. Me too, but I don't see one. Voter id's is all we have.
Unless an election is decided by 10 voted or less - I say no
Amazing isn't it. Can you imagine any other country in the world allowing this to happen.
In CA yes.