"Massachusetts voters deserve to know where their current Secretary of State stands on an issue that is at the very heart of our democracy,"
Amore Renews Call on Galvin to Take a Position on Noncitizen Voting
June 23, 2018
Boston, MA -- Anthony Amore, candidate for Secretary of State, today called on the incumbent Democrat, William Galvin, to take a position on the left-wing proposal to give voting rights to noncitizens. While U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren is under pressure to take a stance on the issue, the state's chief elections officer, Galvin, has been silent on Democratic rival Josh Zakim's proposal to allow non-citizens to vote.
"Massachusetts voters deserve to know where their current Secretary of State stands on an issue that is at the very heart of our democracy," said Amore. "Bill Galvin's silence shows his allegiance to the fringe wing of his party, and in November, the voters will have a clear choice between electing a Secretary of State who will safeguard and protect our precious voting rights or one who will erode our democracy by allowing noncitizen voting."
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