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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Group to Learn Number of Non-Citizens Registered to Vote in Two VA Locales

A public interest legal group and two Virginia jurisdictions have agreed mutually to dismiss lawsuits stemming from the jurisdictions' refusal to allow the inspection of voter rolls for non-citizens.

The agreement was announced Monday by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indiana-based organization that litigates to protect election integrity. The group filed two lawsuits against the city of Manassas and Chesterfield County, Virginia, demanding the jurisdictions release the total number of non-citizens registered to vote in the area.

PILF will receive lists with the total number of non-citizens registered to vote in both Manassas and Chesterfield County.

"These are positive steps toward quantifying the true extent of non-citizen voter registration in Virginia," PILF president and general counsel J. Christian Adams said in a statement. "Washington and Richmond alike are positioned to consider various election integrity reforms and are right to do so. Those discussions deserve precise data like we’ve obtained."

The group said it is preparing new measures for Virginia jurisdictions that still do not allow it to inspect their voter rolls for potential non-citizen voting activity.

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Jim said...

Press on, Patriots!

Anonymous said...

And that is not including the illegal 265,000 illegal convicts that a judge told Wannabe Governor McCauliff that he can't let the convicts vote.

Anonymous said...

I would like to know these results as related to Maryland. A hush hush sanctuary State.

Anonymous said...

It's one thing to find out about that crap after it's too late, what needs to be done is stop it in the first place, mandatory Birth Certificates AND Photo ID. No Exceptions!