Kansas, arizona prevail in voter citizenship suit


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to help Kansas and Arizona enforce laws requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship.

U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren in Wichita, Kan., ruled the commission has no legal authority to deny requests from Kansas and Arizona to add state-specific instructions to a national voter registration form. Melgren ordered the commission to immediately revise the national form.

The states and their top election officials — secretaries of state Kris Kobach of Kansas and Ken Bennett of Arizona, both conservative Republicans — sued the agency to force the action.



The DOJ has amply proven its commitment to ignoring the law when aggressively pursuing it’s myriad nefarious agendas.


Another “solution” in search of a problem.


Nap, you are like the “see no evil” monkey, b/c you are unconcerned about elections stolen by leftist candidates. The ends justifies the means. In 59 Philly precincts, Obama collected 19,606 votes to 0 for Romney. Nothing to see there, even though it is statistically impossible to achieve such a result. :blush: Rob

The good news to salve your fears over expenses: One fewer junket by Madame Michelle Blank-shek or Emperor Barack Blank-shek will pay for all expenses incurred! :wink:


You have proof that in-person voter fraud is a problem?


non citizens can’t and should not vote. That’s just common sense. Just like people who have been DEAD for years should not still be registered to vote!


Yes. As I stated, 19,606-0 is a statistical impossiblity, but if that is not enough to blow your mind, James O’Keefe has proved beyond any doubt just how easy it is to obtain fraudulent ballots in numerous states. Why, election officials in Virginia were about to give him Eric Holder’s ballot! You know, the black guy who runs the U.S. Injustice Dept. O’Keefe is as white as an Easter lily. :slight_smile: Rob


Again, do you have proof of in-person voter fraud?


It’s on video, Nap. Take a look on the Project Veritas website. Rob :yup:


I don’t know if it is known how many people are registered to vote in two states and are voting in two states but the following was reported in 2004:


There have been multiple reports of non-citizens voting as well.




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