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Watchdog Sues Over Noncitizen Voter Records

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The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a federal lawsuit against Alameda County, California, alleging that the county violated the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 by failing to disclose records of noncitizens registering and voting in California elections for over 20 years.

PILF had requested these records, but the county missed the deadline to make them available. PILF’s president expressed concern about the lack of transparency and disrespect for federal law, particularly as the country approaches a presidential election year.

PILF highlighted the issue of noncitizens being registered to vote through the Motor Voter Act and raised concerns about the integrity of the voter registration process.

“For more than four months, we have been trying to obtain records about foreign nationals getting on the voter roll,” PILF President J. Christian Adams stated.

“Alameda County’s lack of transparency and utter disrespect for federal law is particularly alarming as we enter a presidential election year. The public has a right to inspect election records, including these important records that reveal mistakes and errors by election officials.”

“Some people, guys, say, ‘No,’ and they still get registered to vote,” Adams said. “I’ve just got stacks of voter registration forms. People will actually say, ‘No, I’m not a U.S. citizen.’ They still get on the voter rolls.”

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