Letting Noncitizens Vote In U.S. Elections Is Foreign Interference

Letting Noncitizens Vote In U.S. Elections Is Foreign Interference


This week, a law went into effect allowing foreign nationals — here legally or illegally — to vote in D.C. municipal elections. The only requirement other than age to vote in D.C. elections now is living in the District of Columbia for 30 days.

Most alarming about this new law is the foreign interference this law invites into the elections in our nation’s capital. Now, foreign nationals working at Russian, Chinese, and other embassies can vote in American elections.

So much for concerns about foreign influence in American elections that was so en vogue in 2016.

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Worse, this expansion of the right to vote to people who aren’t United States citizens undermines the very notion of citizenship. With citizenship comes loyalty to America and a shared interest

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