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Non-Citizens Will Soon Be Able To Vote In San Francisco — For School Board

"If you allow the children to attend school, why can't a parent have the right to vote?" said one parent. Some worry the move will complicate and jeopardize the integrity of the city's elections.

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A woman votes in the Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco.

“If you allow the children to attend school, why can’t a parent have the right to vote?” said one parent. Some worry the move will complicate and jeopardize the integrity of the city’s elections.

(Image credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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Non-Citizens Will Soon Be Able To Vote In San Francisco — For School Board