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“Given Trump’s threats to both immigrants and democracy, this is the moment to give the franchise back to noncitizens,” Matthews argues. Noncitizens must follow our laws – but can’t vote to consent. Noncitizens serve in the military but can’t vote for the government that sends them to war.
Rather than admitting that the referenced actions are pathways to naturalization, the activist contends that “Californians won’t be equal” until all have ballots, only further blurring the distinctions between citizen and not.
The column laments the fact, however, that Governor Jerry Brown (D) serves as a major impediment to statewide change, given his record of opposing such matters. The Public Interest Legal Foundation found more than 5,500 voters were canceled by the Commonwealth over citizenship concerns in May, Breitbart Texas reported.
He also compares California to an “apartheid” state until it grants voting rights to all present: California is home to about five million adults (that’s one-in-six adults) who can’t vote because they’re not citizens. We Californians tolerate this apartheid, even though the lesser status of noncitizens – especially the 2 million-plus undocumented Californians – makes them more vulnerable to abuse and removal from the country they’ve helped build.
This mass disenfranchisement is an affront to American principles. To its credit, California has taken steps on behalf of noncitizens, who now enjoy in-state tuition to our public universities, driver’s licenses, the ability to practice the law, and – if they are children – state-funded health care.