Illinois Secretary of State Admits Automatic Voter Registration Allowed Non-Citizens to Vote in 2018

Democrats love to say voter fraud never happens.

They are also fond of claiming that non-citizens don’t vote in our elections.

Yet this keeps happening.

In Illinois, automatic voter registration allowed non-citizens to vote in the 2018 election.

Townhall reports:

Illinois Secretary of State: Automatic Voter Registration Allowed Non-Citizens to Vote in 2018

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Automatic voter registration is among Democrats’ new, far-left policy proposals, in which eligible citizens would be automatically registered to vote upon initial interaction with a government agency.

Democrats argue that this proposal is dire to increasing civic participation, and eliminating barriers to the ballot box. Republicans counter with the obvious flaw in this policy, that it puts election integrity at risk. The GOP argument appears to have come true in Illinois.

See the tweets below:

WCIA News has more:

Secretary of State Jesse White’s office admitted it was at fault for the “isolated” incident, and offered assurances that the “programming error” in the state’s new automatic voter registration process has since been repaired.

Illinois law allows immigrants who are not citizens to get a driver’s license or state identification. Both state and federal law prohibits non-citizens from participating in American elections.

Remember this the next time a Democrat claims this doesn’t happen.

 

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