Right of Non-Citizens to Vote in San Francisco School Board elections, Proposition D (November 2010)

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A Right of Non-Citizens to Vote in San Francisco School Board elections ballot proposition is on the November 2, 2010 ballot for voters in San Francisco.[1]

If approved, the measure will allow parents and legal guardians of students in the San Francisco Unified School District to cast ballots in school board elections, regardless of their immigration status.

Proposition F in 2004

A similar measure, Proposition F, was on the November 2, 2004 ballot in San Francisco, where it was narrowly (51-49%) defeated.

The ballot question in 2004 was, "May San Francisco residents who are 18 or older vote in School Board elections, whether or not the resident is a United States citizen, if the resident is a parent, guardian or care-giver of a child in the School District?"

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References

  1. San Francisco Chronicle, "One more try to let non-citizens vote in school elections", July 20, 2010