San Francisco Eyes School Vote for Noncitizens The San Francisco Board of Supervisors proposes granting parents who are not U.S. citizens the opportunity to vote in local school board elections. The move is aimed at encouraging parent participation. Opponents want immigrants to become full-fledged Americans before they vote. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.
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San Francisco Eyes School Vote for Noncitizens

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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors proposes granting parents who are not U.S. citizens the opportunity to vote in local school board elections. The move is aimed at encouraging parent participation. Opponents want immigrants to become full-fledged Americans before they vote. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.