immigration voting: Page 1
Discussed in (click each link for the full post):
Did Obama encourage illegal aliens to vote? Yes and no. - 11/07/16
In a November 3 interview with the actress Gina Rodriguez on the MiTu network, Barack Obama discussed voting as it relates to Hispanics. Full video of the interview below.
Is the SEIU campaigning with foreign money and money from illegal aliens? - 10/28/10
The Service Employees International Union might be funneling money from foreign citizens and illegal aliens in the U.S. into U.S. elections. According to this, the SEIU claims to have spent several million dollars more in the 2008 campaign cycle than their political organization - Committee on Political Education ("COPE") - announced as expenditures: In May 2009, the Wall Street Journal reported that SEIU officials bragged they had spent $85 million during the 2008 campaign season, making them the the single biggest contributor to either party in the last election cycle. Yet according to the...
Possible massive voter fraud in Arizona and Colorado (SEIU link) (update: state denies it) - 10/25/10
A group linked to the Service Employees International Union might be involved in massive voter registration fraud in Arizona and Colorado. From Russell Pearce (link): There has been an accusation that 65% of 5000 voter registration forms, submitted by Mi Familia Vota and One Vote Arizona, in Yuma County on the last day of filling are invalid due to the registrant not being a citizen, wrong/invalid address, false signature, etc. I also understand that these 2 groups have signed up 20,000 states wide and they have requested that 45,000 be put on the permanent early ballot. If 65% of these last...
One America using illegal aliens to canvass for Democrats - 10/23/10
Per this, the group OneAmerica Votes is conducting a Get Out The Vote effort for Democrats in Washington state, and some of those doing the canvassing are illegal aliens. They're concentrating on 40,000 naturalized citizens in Seattle, and: Pramila Jayapal, head of OneAmerica Votes, says the campaign is about empowering immigrants who may not feel like they can contribute to a campaign because they can't vote... "Immigrants really do matter," Jayapal said. "If we can't vote ourselves, we're gonna knock on doors, or get family members to vote." The article highlights one illegal alien...
Mexico-linked ICIRR claims citizenship, registration drive cost Waukegan mayor his job (maybe not) - 04/08/09
The Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights - whose president sits on an advisory board to the Mexican government - is trying to claim (icirr.org/en/node/3698) that a citizenship and voter registration drive that was conducted in Waukegan, Illinois was the decisive factor in that city's mayor recently being voted out of office. That city is part of the 287g program, and they try to claim that objections to that were partly responsible: Today the Latino voters turned out in force and turned Mayor Hyde out of office in a shocking upset. In the 9 precincts with the highest density of...
"Bill Jones speaks out against voting rights for non-citizens" - 07/27/04
From Terence Chea of the AP (sfgate . com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2004/07/26/state1700EDT0097.DTL): Republican Senate candidate Bill Jones railed on Monday against a ballot measure that would grant non-citizens here the right to vote in school board elections, calling it a "slap in the face" to U.S. citizenship and the country's immigration laws.
"Immigrant Voters Could Change Election Landscapes" - 05/17/04
From FOX: A scattered movement growing across the country would buck decades of conventional wisdom and allow non-citizens the right to vote in local elections, a move that proponents say would give immigrants the ability to directly impact government in their communities. "We're a stronger society as a whole if we have a good quality of life and everyone participates," said Ron Hayduk, political science professor at the City College of New York and a supporter of the movement. "There is a greater likelihood that our representatives will be responsible to everybody," Hayduk told Foxnews.com...