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    How to keep non-citizens voting in U.S. elections -video

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    How to Keep Non Citizens from Voting in U.S. Elections
    Last Edited: Thursday, 30 Oct 2008, 9:36 PM CDT
    Created: Thursday, 30 Oct 2008, 9:36 PM CDT

    Non Citizen Voting
    Chicago -- A Fox Chicago News investigation found it's not hard for non U.S. citizens to vote in the presidential election. One state is leading the way toward reform. Jeff Goldblatt reports.



    **Send this video to your county clerk. Our county clerk discovered hundreds of fraudulent voting cards recently.

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    paraphrased - 'some people don't have the ability or can't afford to get ID"

    That argument is tired.

    In PA, a state-issued non-driver photo ID costs about $11.

    And why can't Catholic Charities or some other non-profit make funds available for elderly or others who don't have the proper ID to get it?

    Oh yeah, they're too busy helping illegal aliens break the law.
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    As a non citizen who is always quick to say that I am not a citizen when I am asked if I wish to register every time I go into my nearest BMV I think the answer is simple.

    To ensure that there is no voter fraud make it necessary to show birth certificates to register to vote. A vote is a privilege and if you cannot show the necessary documentation then maybe you do not value it enough.
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