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


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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