Kentucky senator pushes constitutional amendment to ban noncitizen voting

Posted on AllSides February 10th, 2024
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Kentucky moved closer to following the lead of several other states when a Senate committee approved a proposed constitutional amendment that would prevent non-U.S. citizens from voting.

While Kentucky’s constitution says U.S.-citizens are eligible to vote, municipalities in other states, like New York City, have ruled noncitizens can vote because there is no law against non-citizen voting.

Kentucky’s bill, sponsored by Sen. Jason Howell, R-Murray, would amend two sections of the state constitution related to voting. It now heads to the full Senate.

“Senate Bill 143 is a simple bill...

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