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Thursday, August 10, 2017

College Park postpones plan to allow voting for people in US illegally

WASHINGTON — A plan to allow people living the United States illegally in College Park city elections has been postponed.

College Park Mayor Patrick Wojahn said a city council vote will likely be pushed back to early September.

The city council was supposed to vote on the proposal Tuesday but the bill’s sponsor, Councilwoman Christine Nagle, said that city leaders will first consider the possibility of placing the issue in the ballot in November.

Nearly a dozen cities in Maryland already allow all of its residents, including citizens living in the country illegally, the right to vote. College Park could become the biggest city in the state to grant that right if the bill passes.



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Anonymous said...

If not illegal!

Anonymous said...

Oh here is something interesting.

College Park Mayor Patrick Wojahn was born and raised in Wisconsin, Patrick received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2002. He has lived in College Park with his husband, Dave Kolesar, for over twelve years.

EWWW!! I wonder if Jimbeau knows that he has some stiff competition. Wink, Wink.

Anonymous said...

Oh God here is another one!!

P.J. is serving his second term as a College Park City Councilmember, representing College Park's 2nd District.

P.J. and his husband Nick have lived in Prince George’s County since 2005.

There are two Homo's on the College Park City Council and one of them is the Mare just like in da 'Bury.

Anonymous said...


People on the council that have obvious mental disorders