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Secret donors and Trump allies: Inside the operation to push noncitizen voting laws in Florida and other states - The Wa

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A campaign focused on the risk of noncitizen voting could appeal to conservatives and alarm immigrants — a possible boost for Trump, who has made immigration enforcement a centerpiece of his reelection bid, political analysts said. “This is clearly a very mobilizing issue in Florida.” 'The purpose is not only making a statement about immigration, but to turn out the vote of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters who say that 'the current phrasing is vague and leaves the door open to laws allowing noncitizens to cast ballots in local elections, now permitted in about a dozen jurisdictions around the country. No such proposals have surfaced in Florida.'

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