Professor Hayduk: Voting by Non-Citizens Was Once Norm in Majority of U.S.

Monday, June 11, 2018
THIS WEEK IN WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS) -- According to San Francisco State University political scientist Ron Hayduk, noncitizen voting was commonplace in America. “For most of America’s history and in the vast majority of the USA, voting by noncitizens was the norm, not the exception.”