Exposed: How Illegals Are Being 'Trained' To Vote In Washington DC

By Tommy Wilson | Wednesday, 15 May 2024 01:50 PM
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Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog organization, has recently obtained documents that instruct noncitizens and illegal immigrants on how to register to vote in local elections in Washington DC.

This follows a ruling last year by a federal judge that upheld a law permitting noncitizens, including illegal immigrants, to vote in the city's municipal elections.

Amy Berman Jackson, a US District Judge for the District of Columbia and an appointee of former President Obama, dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Local Resident Voting Rights Act. This Act, passed by the DC Council in October 2022, not only allows noncitizens and illegal immigrants to vote but also to run for office.

Judge Jackson stated that the lawsuit failed to demonstrate how the plaintiffs were harmed by illegal immigrants voting or running for office.

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Judicial Watch announced that it had received 13 pages of records in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from the District of Columbia. These records detailed how noncitizens and illegal immigrants could register to vote in local elections.

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According to the PowerPoint presentation included in the records, non-US citizen residents of the District of Columbia can vote in local elections under the Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act of 2022. They can vote in District elections for offices such as Mayor, Attorney General, Chairman or member(s) of the DC Council, member(s) of the State Board of Education, or Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner(s). However, non-US citizen residents cannot vote for Federal Offices.

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The presentation also outlined the requirements for non-citizens to register to vote in the District of Columbia. These include being at least 17 years old and turning 18 by the next General Election, maintaining residency in the District of Columbia for at least 30 days prior to the election in which they intend to vote, not claiming voting residence or the right to vote in any state, territory, or country, and not being found by a court to be legally incompetent to vote.

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Proof of address in the District of Columbia must be provided at an Early Vote Center prior to Election Day or at the polling place assigned to the voter's address on Election Day.

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, criticized the situation, stating, “Illegal aliens and noncitizens should not vote in any elections. That Congress allows the votes of citizens to be legally stolen by illegal aliens in our nation’s capital is inexcusable.”

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