Noncitizen Voters in Pennsylvania Not a ‘Glitch,’ Philly Official Says

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Al Schmidt bristles at the description, often attributed to him, of noncitizen voters in Pennsylvania as a “glitch.”

Schmidt, a Philadelphia city commissioner who has been sounding the alarm since 2012 about noncitizens on the voting rolls, said the word, misattributed to him, would be accurate if ineligible voters managed to elude safeguards in the motor-voter law.



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  1. Donna Locke

    Enough noncitizens were found on Georgia voter registration rolls to swing elections.

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