Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson says she’s asked the state Attorney General’s office to investigate 10 people who aren’t U.S. citizens but have voted in past Michigan elections. In a letter to Attorney General Bill Schuette, Johnson said they were referring the cases “for investigation, and if appropriate, prosecution. The law is clear – you must be a U.S. citizen to register to vote and to vote on Election Day,” Johnson said in a statement. “We have races that are decided on a handful of votes, and ballots cast by ineligible voters cancel out those by legitimate voters.”Full Article: Investigation Sought Of Non-Citizen Voting In Michigan « CBS Detroit.
Dec 9 2013