Non-Citizens Increasingly Found on Voter Rolls

  • 2018-08-01
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
Non-Citizens Increasingly Found on Voter Rolls
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Non-U.S. citizens are increasingly found on voter rolls, meaning – at this time – nothing can stop them from casting a ballot in the upcoming Midterm elections. 

Per Fox News:
 

Elizaveta Shuvalova, a Russian citizen who became a U.S. citizen only last year, was registered as an eligible voter in 2012 and added to the San Francisco voter rolls, the Washington Times reported.

She was perplexed to find herself in the voter rolls, saying she wasn’t an American citizen and didn’t even register to vote.

“I’ve never registered for anything in my entire life,” Shuvalova told the paper. “This is news to me.”

The woman’s voter log shows that she signed up as a Democrat in July 2012. In 2016, her registration was canceled after she informed election authorities that she wasn't eligible to vote because she wasn't yet a U.S. citizen.


Besides liberal enclaves, investigations have found that non-citizens are being added to voter rolls in crucial swing-states, such as Pennsylvania and Virginia.
 Source: AAN
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