Even Dems alarmed as illegal aliens, 11-year-olds allowed to vote on some Boston expenditures

Even Dems alarmed as illegal aliens, 11-year-olds allowed to vote on some Boston expenditures


A new program in Boston will allow illegal aliens and kids as young as 11 to have a say on the way that the city spends millions of dollars.

In 2021, Bostonians voted to approve the establishment of the Office of Participatory Budgeting, and participatory budgeting means exactly what it says: giving voters the opportunity to participate in the way a portion of the city’s budget is spent.

‘Her decision-making is becoming as juvenile as this latest stunt.’

This year, as part of far-left Democrat Mayor Michelle Wu’s fiscal year 2025 budget proposal, that office’s purpose will finally be put into practice.

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By September, Wu and her team will compile a list of 15 community projects. Then in January, voters will select — either online or in person

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