It’s a big election for noncitizens, too

October 25, 2010 18:24

You have to show valid picture I.D. in California to rent a movie, cash a check, get on an airplane or get a senior discount at restaurants – but not to vote.

Roger Hedgecock at WND


To register to vote in California, all you have to do is fill out a simple form with name and address and affirm, “under penalty of perjury,” that you are a citizen of the United States and therefore eligible to vote.

When voting in California, no identification is required.

At one home, our team was met at the door by a Hispanic man who listened to the message about Van Tran with great interest but then said that he could not vote because he “wasn’t a citizen” and added that the other people who lived there (also registered voters on our list) were not citizens, either. The same appeared to be true at other homes in this neighborhood.


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