Nearing the midterm elections, granting voting rights to illegal immigrants is a matter on the minds of many Americans, and as Democrats flood the nation with a big influx of migrants, allowing them to vote is on many people’s thoughts.
This is a terrific moment to learn who can vote in troubled Arizona, where illegal immigration has been a tragedy.
According to Ballotpedia, “Arizona requires voters to produce a picture ID or two pieces of non-photo ID while casting a ballot. Includes driver’s licenses, Arizona identification cards, and U.S. government-issued IDs.
Included among the acceptable forms of non-photo identification are utility bills, bank statements, and official Arizona car registration paperwork with the voter’s name. For a complete list of acceptable types of ID.
Provisional ballots may be cast by non-ID-carrying voters. See below for details about provisional ballots.”
Representative Jake Hoffman presented House Bill 2492 to safeguard the voting rights of individuals in January. It was passed on February 26 with a majority of 31-26 and three abstentions, and signed into law in May. None of the Democrats in the House supported the proposal.
One of the bill’s complications would take effect 90 days after the conclusion of the legislative session. Affected people may vote lawfully in the primary on August 2, would be alerted their registration was at danger of cancellation if they couldn’t provide proof of citizenship, and would have until October 11 to resolve the issue or lose their right to vote in the general election.
Opponents of the measure contended that it would require Arizona voters to jump through hoops and spend expenses in order to establish their citizenship before they may vote.
“Arizona Senate Passes Bill And Governor Signed It Ensuring Only US Citizens Can Vote In Elections – And The Left Is Freaking Out,” said James baker for truthtent, adding:
“Arizona voters received a big win towards restoring the integrity of Arizona’s elections. HB2492 will safeguard our state’s voter rolls and ensure only U.S. citizens are voting in our elections. You would think this sort of legislation is something everyone could get behind. But apparently, the Democrats have a vested interest in allowing non-citizens to vote in our elections. The policy would require verification that a voter is an American citizen and an Arizona resident to vote.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Marc Elias, the notorious lawyer who used lawfare to blanket the country with mysterious ballots and then put a stranglehold on anyone who wanted to validate the ballots, wrote from his platform the troubles he had with the ill:
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On March 23, the Arizona Legislature passed House Bill 2492, a bill that requires all Arizonans to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote, endangering the voter registrations of large numbers of Arizonans. The bill passed both houses of the Legislature on party-line votes and is the state’s first voting bill to make it to the governor’s desk this year. CONTINUE READING…