San Francisco spends $385K to register 61 non-citizens to vote

San Francisco spends $385K to register 61 non-citizens to vote
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[Ed. – Priorities.]

John Arntz, the director of the San Francisco Department of Elections, confirmed with Breitbart News on Tuesday morning that the city registered 61 non-citizens to vote in local school board races, and reports say those votes came with a hefty price tag.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported last week that the city spent $6,326 per non-citizen voter— a total of $385,886 for 61 voters—to get them to vote in the school board elections.

Part of the high price tag for votes came from having to set up a separate registration for non-citizens who cannot under federal law vote in federal elections.

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“We had to create a separate database,” Arntz said, according to the Sacramento Bee. “We created a separate ballot for these folks. We have separate roster pages for the polling places, we have a separate registration affidavit. We have a separate vote by mail ballot application, we have a separate website page.”

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