Noncitizen voting fear becomes reality because of this shocking Leftist move

Many Americans have grown increasingly concerned about the possibility of noncitizens voting. And Radical Leftists have been trying to cover up the truth.

But now, the fear has become a reality because of this shocking Leftist move.

Washington, DC, saw a significant shift in its voting demographic on Tuesday as over 500 noncitizens registered to vote in the district’s local elections.

This change came after the implementation of the Local Resident Voting Rights Act, allowing noncitizens to participate in local elections for the first time.

The Act, which took effect this week, permits noncitizens to vote in local elections provided they have been residents of the jurisdiction for at least 30 days, meet age and competency requirements, and have not registered to vote elsewhere in the United States.

It is important to note that the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act of 1996 continues to prohibit noncitizens from voting in state and federal elections.

The DC Board of Elections facilitated the registration process for noncitizens by allowing them to prove their residency through various documents.

As reported by the Washington Post, as of Tuesday, over 500 noncitizens had taken advantage of this new law and registered to vote in the nation’s capital.

The breakdown of party affiliation among these new voters is telling: 310 registered as Democrats, 169 as independents, and a mere 28 as Republicans. An additional 16 registered with the Green Party.

The local elections saw a total of six City Council seats up for grabs, including Ward 2, Ward 4, Ward 7, Ward 8, and two At-large seats.

These were the only races in which noncitizens were permitted to vote. Meanwhile, U.S. citizens also had the opportunity to vote in a number of primary elections, including those for the U.S. House non-voting delegate, U.S. Senate shadow senator, and U.S. House shadow representative.

DC’s decision to extend voting rights to noncitizens in municipal elections has not been without controversy.

In May, the House of Representatives voted to block the law, but it still needs to pass the Senate before it can be nullified.

This has not stopped a number of politicians at both the state and federal levels from voicing their concerns.

One of the most vocal critics has been Texas Representative Chip Roy, who expressed his disapproval in an interview with the Daily Mail.

“The radical progressive Democrats in the DC city government couldn’t be prouder of the fact that they’re going to have illegal aliens voting in their elections,” Roy said.

“Yet, they want us to believe that it’s going to stop there, and that none of them are going to try — or be encouraged — to illegally vote in federal elections? Give me a break.”

The sentiment shared by Roy is echoed by many Americans who see this move as a slippery slope that could undermine the integrity of U.S. elections.

They argue that allowing noncitizens to vote in any capacity could lead to potential abuses and illegal voting in federal elections.

The fear is that once noncitizens are given a foothold in local elections, it might only be a matter of time before the same logic is applied to state and federal elections.

The fact remains that the majority of noncitizens registered to vote in DC have aligned themselves with the Democratic Party.

This aligns with the broader trend seen in urban areas where progressive policies are more widely accepted.

The disparity in party affiliation among noncitizen voters has further fueled concerns among many that this move is politically motivated to bolster Democratic support in local elections.

The local elections in DC will serve as a litmus test for how this new voting demographic will influence future elections.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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