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Noncitizens Allowed To Vote Where?


Democrats are slowly pushing for this and it’s crazy!

Little by little, Democrats are passing laws within their states and towns and giving noncitizens the right to vote which is being heavily criticized by Republicans.

Now it appears that the largest city in Vermont is now letting noncitizens vote in their elections.

According to Fox, the city of Burlington has presented a proposed charter amendment that would enable lawful residents, who are not citizens of the city, to vote in local elections, mirroring the efforts of cities such as Montpelier and Winooski.

The law is now headed to the governor’s desk for signing.


The issue of granting voting rights to noncitizens has been a topic of ongoing discussion in progressive regions across the United States.

The state of Maryland has been the most successful state in terms of granting voting rights to noncitizens.

Maryland has granted voting rights to certain noncitizens in municipalities including Barnesville, Cheverly, Chevy Chase Section 3, Garrett Park, Glen Echo, Hyattsville, Martin’s Additions, Mount Rainier, Riverdale Park, Somerset, and Takoma Park. These eleven localities are situated in close proximity to Washington, D.C.

President Biden and the Democrats have an agenda and they are slowly but surely fulfilling it.

It is only a matter of time before the Democrats push to allow for noncitizens vote in our presidential elections. Hopefully the Republicans do not let them get away with this.