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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Dems allow non-citizens to be poll workers

I just don't give a crap anymore
  • If California elections had any meaning I would care more about the Legislature pandering yet again to the citizens of foreign nations.
  • As it stands, four of the six political parties in California are banned from the general election. The California Libertarian Party, the California Green Party, the Peace and Freedom Party and the American Independent Party are no longer on the November ballot for voters to choose from.  Independent candidates are also banned and your write-in vote has been declared illegal and will not be counted.  The system is rigged.

(Los Angeles Times)  -  Gov. Jerry Brown signed a trio of immigration-related measures Monday, including one removing the word “alien” from California’s labor code because it is seen as a disparaging term for those not born in the United States.

Brown also signed into law legislation allowing noncitizens in high school to serve as election poll workers and protecting the rights of immigrant minors in civil lawsuits.

Brown approved legislation allowing high school students who are legal permanent residents to serve as poll workers in California elections, in part to help with translation needs in an increasingly diverse voting population.

Currently, students 16 and older may serve as poll workers, but they must be U.S. citizens. Adult poll workers only have to be lawful permanent residents.

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