ABOUT CITIZEN VOTERS
CITIZENVOTERS is focused on harnessing the power of taxpayers, business leaders, community stakeholders, naturalized citizens and citizen voters to safeguard the integrity of our elections.
Right now our way of life is under attack as non-citizens are allowed to vote in our elections.
Through voter education and outreach, CITIZENVOTERS is building an unyielding grassroots foundation for mobilizing voters to support a state constitutional amendment to allow for only United States' citizens to vote.
Passing the Citizen Voters Amendment would close this toxic loophole with a simple two to three word constitutional amendment sticking the words ”every citizen” and inserting the words “only citizens.”
WHERE WILL THE
AMENDMENT APPEAR ON THE BALLOT?
Compare the States
Citizen Voters Amendment to Appear on November Ballot
Specifically Limits Voting to Only Citizens
Allowing or Seeking to Allow Non-Citizen Voting
California, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont are allowing or trying to allow non-citizens to legally vote. In fact, only Arizona and North Dakota have constitutional protections limiting voting only to citizens. The Citizen Voters Amendment, on the ballot in Florida, Colorado and Alabama, fixes this loophole by limiting voting to only their citizens.
Leftist activists are calling non-citizen voting “The Newest Civil Right.”
The United States Constitution, along with every state constitution with the exception of Arizona and North Dakota, does not require citizenship to legally vote.
California, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont are allowing or trying to allow non-citizens to legally vote.
These states are taking advantage of the legal loophole in their state constitutions. Specifically, 48 state constitutions say “Every citizen shall be an elector…” This inclusive language only says who can vote – not who cannot vote.
The Citizen Voters Amendment fixes this with just a two-word change – striking the word “EVERY citizen…” and replacing it with “ONLY A citizen."
It’s already in the Arizona constitution and was adopted overwhelmingly by North Dakota in 2018. Now, this November, Florida, Colorado and Alabama voters will have their opportunity to ensure their constitutions limit voting to their citizens.