Boston Weighs Measure To Let Foreign Nationals Vote In Elections | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Boston Weighs Measure To Let Foreign Nationals Vote In Elections

Just in time for the upcoming midterm elections, Boston City Council is holding a hearing Tuesday to discuss the idea of voting rights for non-US citizens living in the country legally, according to Boston.com.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The 26th Amendment make it clear that one must be a citizen in order to vote. The only way to change that is with another Amendment.

There is also a Federal law that prohibits non-citizens from voting in Federal elections.

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