Colorado Secretary of State’s Office Fesses Up to Mailing Over 31,000 Voter Registration Instruction Cards to Non-Citizen Aliens 

Back in October 2022, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office admitted that it had mailed out over 31,000 voter registration instruction cards to foreign nationals residing in the Rocky Mountain state.

According to Steven Kovac of The Epoch Times, the registration information was mailed to the non-citizen aliens in the final months approaching the 2022 midterm elections.

According to a press release published on January 5, 2023, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) declared, “The Secretary of State’s office blamed a ‘data analytical error’ for the noncitizens in 58 counties receiving voter registration materials.” PILF is an election integrity watchdog group and is currently investigating the individuals responsible for mailing out voter registration instruction cards and how the state carries out election roll maintenance.

PILF’s investigators argued that Colorado’s contractual relationship with the Election Registration Information Center (ERIC), a non-profit organization that provides voter roll maintenance services to 32 states, must be reviewed.

In the press release, PILF argued that “ERIC played a significant role in this error.”

According to the contract’s terms, ERIC mandates the secretary of state to periodically mail voter registration information to all eligible but unregistered individuals.

States must pay ERIC a one-time membership fee of $25,000 and annual dues. In return, ERIC must provide the secretary of state’s office with data highlighting deceased individuals or people who have moved to another state or moved within the state but stay on the voter roll.

According to the contract, at least every 60 days, Colorado supplies ERIC with the state’s driver and motor vehicle licensing records.

When this voter error became public, officials at the Colorado secretary of state’s office claimed that the list of 31,000 recipients was built by comparing the statewide voter roll and the list of licensed drivers in the state. 

PILF noted in the January 5 report “That very comparison is a core ingredient in membership in ERIC.

It is intended to find eligible citizens who are not registered to vote and to encourage them to register to vote,” the report added. 

Per PILF’s study, 28,073 foreign nationals residing in Colorado’s nine most populated counties received voter registration information. Arapahoe, Denver, and Adams were the principal counties with foreign nationals who received this voter registration information.

Colorado used to be a battleground state that Republicans could win. The last time it went red was in 2004, when George W. Bush picked it up by a margin 52%-47%. For perspective, Joe Biden won Colorado by a margin of 55%-42% against Donald Trump in 2020. 

With the Rocky Mountain State experiencing a significant demographic shift over the past 20 years, just like the rest of the nation, Democrats will likely gain greater control of the state. Democrats will pull every underhanded trick under the sun to bring illegal and legal aliens into the country, thereby creating a new electorate to secure their political hegemony.

A combination of strong election integrity and patriotic immigration reforms will be needed to halt this nation-destroying demographic shift.

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