“The Voter-ID Myth Crashes”

Yes, non-citizens are voting in U.S. elections; yes, non-citizens’ illegal voting can change election outcomes; and yes, voter ID can prevent it.

 

 

A new academic paper published in the journal Electoral Studies provides evidence of voting by non-citizens that directly contradicts the Democrats’ “nothing to see here” mantra. Under the neutral headline “Do Non-Citizens Vote in U.S. Elections?” three professors from Virginia universities answer in the affirmative…

Studying survey responses, the authors judge that non-citizen voters tend to favor Democratic candidates by large margins…

 

It’s not surprising that the party favored by this illegal voting denies it exists and opposes any measures to prevent it, including verifying citizenship before adding voters to the rolls.  But voter ID laws alone won’t prevent non-citizens from voting:

Green-card holders and even illegal aliens get driver’s licenses. But that’s not an argument against voter ID. It’s an argument for issuing driver’s licenses that specify non-citizenship.