Should illegal immigrants — who contribute to long lines at the DMV — be allowed to vote in CA elections? Speak up before August 24

 

Long lines at  DMV in CA

Should illegal immigrants — who  contribute to long lines at the DMV — vote in local and state elections in CA? You can Comment until August 24.

Speak up about long lines at the DMV.  Publicized by Jim Paterson of Fresno, CA.

Speak up!  Use your voice! Here’s how to Comment on  Active Measure 18-0005.

In CA, long lines at the DMV  are due in part   to thousands of illegal immigrants who are legally  permitted get driver’s licenses. Over one million illegal immigrants receive CA driver’s licenses.  San Francisco now allows illegal immigrants to vote in school elections.

Question:  Should  those illegal immigrants also  be allowed to vote in CA local and state elections?  Is it time to control our southern border with Mexico?

CA Democrats recently rejected Republican Assemblyman Jim Paterson’s request to audit the DMV.  And now we learn that the Democrat controlled legislature in CA has  has  special DMV office so the Democrats and other politicians  don’t stand in lines.

So  the Democrat controlled elite  CA legislature  get special treatment for themselves  while  the working class  “masses” stand in long  lines  — due in part to  the  one million  illegal immigrants permitted by CA   Democrats  to get driver’s  licenses. A million plus illegals do make for longer DMV lines.

Spokespeople for Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon and Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins did not respond to questions whether it’s appropriate for lawmakers to get special services at the Capital office.  Of course not.

You have until August 24 to Comment on whether only US citizens may register to vote and vote in CA elections.  Speak up!

My view:

I agree that only U.S. citizens can register to vote in California state or local elections. CA has a border with Mexico and thousands of persons illegally cross the border The statistics are staggering.

These illegals are citizens of other countries and their allegiance is to those countries — not to the U.S. Only people who stand in line and legally are permitted to enter and later go through the process of becoming a U.S. citizen should be permitted to vote in CA elections. Go www.freedomOK.net Monterey Bay Forum for more discussion. All public comments are welcome there. Cameron Jackson DrCameronJackson@gmail.com

Below is the measure that will appear on the November 2018  ballot:  

INITIATIVE MEASURE TO BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO VOTERS
Elections Code section 2001 is added to read:
2001{a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, only persons who are United States citizens may
register to vote and vote in an election held within the territory within which he or she resides and the
election is held. This section applies to elections held by the state and every subdivision of the state,
including cities, counties, charter cities, charter counties, charter city and counties, and districts.

written by Dr.Cameron Jackson, licensed psychologist in CA  (PSY14762).  Monterey Bay Forum welcomes new authors who know about northern California particularly Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties.   How to contact Dr. Jackson and other authors including Firenze Sage: 

Monerey Bay Forum

127 Jewell Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
United States (US)
Phone: 831 688 6002
Fax: 831 688 7717
Email: jaj48@aol.com

 

 

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Trump Wall? Immigration control? Chain migration? The DACA / Dreamers? Time to speak up?

 

chain migration

Where are we?  A Trump Wall?   Control of chain migration?  Will the DACA/ the Dreamers get right to citizenship?

Immigration  — the control of  legal and illegal  immigration  —  which include “chain migration”  and “the lottery system”    — are right now  on the table for discussion by Congress and the President.

The House, which  is likely to support what comes from President Trump, probably   opposes chain migration and the  continuation of the Lottery System which allows anyone from anywhere to become an American citizen.

For 40 + years — from 1921 onward   the USA stopped all immigration.

Do we need to integrate those who have come so that they do speak English and have the necessary skills to be successful here in America?

Or do we simply open our doors to all refugees who suffer oppression i.e. “I was a stranger and you welcomed me…”?

What say you?

written by Cameron Jackson   drcameronjackson@gmail.com

 

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