San Francisco decides to let illegals and non-citizens vote in local election

The Lid: The Department of Elections in San Francisco has begun circulating voter registration forms for non-citizens to participate in a Board of Education vote in the 2018 election.

The city becomes the first in the Golden State to allow non-citizens a say in local elections.

The measure passed in 2016 by a vote of 54% to 46%, after failing two previous times.

“I think it’s critical that all of our families have a voice in the governance of our schools,” said School Board member Haney, who co-authored the resolution.

The push to grant non-citizens a right to vote was spurred on as a resistance measure against President Trump, who has actually decided to enforce immigration laws.  more here

17 Comments on San Francisco decides to let illegals and non-citizens vote in local election

  1. i think it should say “Openly”. Frisco has been letting criminal aliens vote for decades.




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  2. I might fly down there and register to vote. I’ll just tell them I’m homeless, and pretend I don’t understand what they are saying. I’ll tell them my name is Mohammad, that will fuck them up. After that I’ll drive over to Brad’s for his world famous Tri-Tip.




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  3. Not really surprising in a city where the city government encourages people to crap on public streets.
    When are the sane residents of the city going to say – enough, stop the madness? If there are enough of them remaining.




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  4. For entertainment’s sake, have the legal residents give their okay to a resolution to ignore arson laws in regards to politician’s homes. Let’s see what reaction that brings!!




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  5. If they are letting non-citizens vote in “local” elections, then I think all the pets should be able to vote, too. Of course, their humans will have to actually mark the ballot for them. You know…opposable thumbs and all.

    Well? Shouldn’t they have a say, too???????

    If they say no, you can just yell “Speciesism!”




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  6. Yet the Cali Supreme Court said…Niet! To a possible referendum…Cali people correct me.

    NY is no different, where I be…for now.

    Here it’s Upstate vs DownstaterSyndrome.

    I had a brother with DS…so piss off to the PC people.

    MAGA2016
    KAG2020




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  7. @Poor Lazlo – Thank you! I’ve had a tiring day¹ and you just gave me the only laugh of the day and it was a very satisfying one!

    1. My wife and I baked 24 loaves of bread for her church sale tomorrow. From scratch, natch.




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  8. @Joe, Aaron & Claudia – We need a James O’Keefe sting, I do not believe they will be able to separate the “local only ballots” from the ones for Congress, Senate & Pres – just more padding of the popular vote victory
    Register as an illegal, get the ballot and take a picture




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  9. this is just the beginning … after all, if they’re registered to vote in local elections & they get a ‘voter cards’ who will deny them, after displaying their ‘voter cards’ a vote in a state, or national election?
    …. no one

    as Obamboozle said … (I’m paraphrasing) hey illegals … go ahead & vote; we won’t bother to deny you …. unless you vote the way we don’t want you to vote ….get it Compadre?




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  10. Infuriating. Our youngest moved from sodom by the bay back here to NE to spend time with the Mr and help out. He is so happy to be out of that cesspool. I don’t know if he will stay here permanently, but he sure isn’t going back to the bay area.




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  11. I used to go to SF and spend a lot of time. Both my brother and niece were in school,there back in the late 1980s & up through about 2004. I stayed in the Holiday Inn on Van Ness and walked almost everywhere I went or took cable car or trolley. The only place I drove was to Cliff House. I wouldn’t go to that festering shithole today if you paid me, Freeattle and Protestland are just as disgusting and in every imaginable way.




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  12. Last time I went to SF was in the late 90s. We took the BART from Concord to Market Street. We went up the stairs to the street, which was crowded with homeless. We were so disgusted, we turned around, went back down the stairs, and took the next BART back to Concord. Little did we know at the time, but 1997 SF would look a lot like every major US city in 2018.




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