Do non-citizens and illegal aliens vote in U.S. elections? Based off voter samples from Harvard’s Cooperative Congressional Election Study, the answer is YES!
The Harvard study found that in 2008, as many as 6.4% of all non-citizens cast ballots in the election. We have no idea how many fraudulent votes are actually cast, but the statistics suggest that this phenomenon happens often enough to make swinging an election not only possible, but plausible!
The Supreme Court has upheld the premise of Vote-ID, as constitutional. Yet, some claim it is racist to force people to prove their identity and eligibility before voting. Others see that the only reason to protect illegal voters is if you stand to gain from them casting ballots!
Our country is too precious to allow illegal votes to determine elections. Let’s work so every voter is well-informed and every ballot cast is legitimate!
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