(Washington Times) Forget the Russian government — foreign nationals are increasingly gaining the ability to influence American elections more directly. They’re being granted the right to vote.
From Boston, where the city council is debating the move, to San Francisco, where noncitizens gained the right earlier this month in school-board elections, jurisdictions are looking to expand the boundaries of the electorate beyond its citizens.
Wonder if they would be ok with Putin buying a House so that he could vote? Idiots… https://t.co/XfirYoLdzu
— Dave Riddle (@DavesDroppings) July 27, 2018