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