394 noncitizens were on Chicago’s voter rolls because of the Motor Voter Act

Jun 1, 2023 | Vote Fraud

When people were using Motor Voter they were asked if the applicant is a U.S. citizen, and some foreign nationals clearly checked the “NO,” but they were registered anyway. However, starting in 2018, Illinois stopped asking people that question. Unfortunately, the federal government does not have a complete database election officials can query to identify non-citizens masquerading as citizens in voter rolls. Even the Department of Homeland Security’s alien entitlements database does not have every non-citizen in the United States. The bottom line is that there is no way to catch people who entered the country illegally and were never identified to the government.


Since 2007, Chicago city records show the sporadic removals of 394 foreign nationals from the voter registration roll. From this group, 20 individuals are recorded casting 85 ballots. This is not an inventory of every non-citizen vote, but only those who informed election officials they were not an American citizen.

Public Interest Legal Foundation, “CHICAGO RECORDS: 394 FOREIGN NATIONALS REMOVED FROM VOTER ROLL,” May 23rd, 2023




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