Radical leftists in New York City have been trying to pass a bill that will allow non-citizens to vote in municipal elections. The bill does not permit voting in state-wide or national elections.
After initially voicing reservations about the bill (and suffering significant pushback over his hiring choices), NYC’s new mayor Eric Adams (D) now supports the controversial bill.
Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday he supports a controversial bill to allow hundreds of thousands of non-citizens living in New York City to participate in local elections.
Adams said in a statement he has and will continue to support the measure despite initially having “some concerns.”
The City Council approved the “Our City, Our Vote” measure in December, despite concerns from more than a dozen lawmakers, former Mayor Bill de Blasio and some constitutional experts.
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