LifeZette: When sanctuary city San Francisco put local taxpayers’ money where local officials’ mouths are by spending nearly $310,000 to encourage illegal aliens to register to vote in school board elections, exactly 49 of them did so.
That works out to an average cost of $6,326 per registered illegal alien.
“The program is the first of its kind in California and followed passage of a 2016 San Francisco ballot measure opening school elections to noncitizens who are over the age of 18, city residents and have children under age 19,” according to the San Francisco Gate.
This comes at the same time that spending on San Francisco public schools is suffering, even though California education aid is on the increase. read more