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Election Integrity: Arizona Vows Lawsuit Against Biden Admin


What was once thought to be parody has become a hotly contested battleground for election integrity…

New York City and California are among the most notable examples of liberal strongholds where provisions for non-citizen voting exist.

Critics of such policies note that the central function of citizenship is the vote—one of the pillars upon which our republic stands.

Despite this, an onslaught of policies aimed at allowing non-citizens to vote in various capacities continues to gain traction in blue states and cities across the nation.

Conservative states have gone on the offensive to ensure that such policies do not stand in their localities.

Arizona has become one of the more high-profile cases of pushback against non-citizen voting, and on March 30th, 2022 Governor Doug Ducey codified HB 2492 into law to restrict the sacred right to citizens only.

The Biden administration has signaled that they may pursue legal action against Arizona for this law via a Department of Justice lawsuit.

In response to this potential litigation, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich penned a letter to Biden’s DOJ indicating that the state is ready for a legal fight to keep voting a right and privilege of legal U.S. citizens.

Here’s more on the story:

NTD News highlights part of Brnovich’s letter:

“It is curious, however, that the Department of Justice would use its resources to challenge a common sense law in Arizona designed to guard against non-citizen voting, while the Biden Administration is simultaneously opening our borders to encourage a flood of illegal immigration,” Brnovich wrote in his letter (pdf) to DOJ Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke.


RSBN reports that Missouri now requires photo-ID to vote, in an effort to combat non-citizens voting and other potential election fraud:

House Bill 1878, signed by Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday, will become law on Aug. 28 and require persons seeking to vote to show photo identification.

It also allows those without photo identification to cast a provisional ballot under certain conditions.


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