Lawsuit: 100,000 Non-US Citizens Registered to Vote in State of Pennsylvania | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Lawsuit: 100,000 Non-US Citizens Registered to Vote in State of Pennsylvania

A computer glitch linking drivers' licenses to voter registration in the US state of Pennsylvania has resulted in 100,000 non-US citizens being eligible to cast votes in national elections, according to a lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF).

"A core concern for the lawsuit stems from a report by City of Philadelphia Commissioner Al Schmidt to the Pennsylvania Assembly in 2017, which detailed how a DOS/PennDOT study of noncitizen driver’s license holders matched records belonging to roughly 100,000 current voters in the statewide registration database," a press release announcing the lawsuit said on Monday.

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