Voting by Citizens Amendment

A Resolution to Amend the U.S. Constitution Regarding the Voting by Citizens

WHEREAS,  U.S. Citizens are entitled to vote in Federal Elections, and,
WHEREAS,  To ensure the integrity of the voting process, and,
WHEREAS,  It is against the principles of Citizenship to allow non-Citizens to vote in elections  for those who are governing the Citizens, and,
WHEREAS,  It is the will of the people of the State of {state}, it is hereby;
RESOLVED, By two-thirds of the Legislature of the State of {state} here assembled, that the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress, or by ratification of three-fourths of the States at a Constitutional Convention of the States, that we also hereby request:
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SECTION 1:  Congress shall pass no legislation, nor shall the President issue any Executive Directive, Order, or Memorandum, that grants any individual the right to vote in any Federal Election that is not a citizen of the United States by birth or naturalization.
SECTION 2:  Congress shall pass no legislation, nor shall the President or any agency of the United States issue any Executive Directive, Order, Memorandum, Document or instruction that restricts the right of the States to verify and confirm that each person voting in a Federal Election is eligible to do so by the rights conferred on a Citizen at birth or naturalization.
SECTION 3:  Congress shall pass any necessary legislation to enact and enforce this article as soon as practicable.

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