Noncitizen Voting Called ‘Next Battle Space’ in Fight for Election Integrity


willing to volunteer their time to ensure that only lawful votes are cast and
counted in upcoming elections got a critical piece of advice during the
Conservative Political Action Conference.

lot of you know about voter ID,” former Justice Department lawyer J. Christian
Adams said Friday at CPAC, the annual gathering of conservative activists just
outside Washington. “But that’s yesterday’s issue and it is 10 years old. Voter
ID is not the solution; the left has moved on.”

“next battle space,” Adams said, involves illegal immigrants who acquire
driver’s licenses that enable them to become registered voters.

concerned citizens to be successful in efforts to ensure ballot integrity, they
must set the “right priorities” and focus their attention on where the left now
operates, he said.

part of the Justice Department’s Voting Section from 2005 to 2010, was one of
three panelists in a breakout session on voter fraud at CPAC.

others were Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal analyst at The Heritage
Foundation who manages the think tank’s Election Law Reform Initiative, and
John Fund, a columnist for National Review and Fox News. Both men have written
at length on voter fraud.

next battle space is alien registration,” Adams said.

The federal “motor voter” law requires state motor vehicle agencies to offer voter registration forms when …read more