Meet the Federal Bureaucrat Who Stopped Kansas from Preventing Foreigners from Voting

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The Supreme Court has been asked to allow Kansas and Arizona to verify that only United States citizens are registering to vote in those states.  Unfortunately, a single federal bureaucrat refused to allow Kansas and Arizona to weed out non-citizens trying to register to vote.

Meet Alice Miller, the Acting Director of the Election Assistance Commission.

Miller alone, sitting in her inside-the-Beltway office, refused to amend the Kansas and Arizona version of a federal voter registration form to include state laws requiring proof of citizenship. Backed by a swarm of left wing groups, Miller, by herself, made it easier for foreigners to vote in Kansas and Arizona.

Read more of J. Christian Adams’ PJ Media article.

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