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by Published posted January 9, 2022

Mayor Eric Adams (D) endorsed legislation by the city council on Sunday that will automatically become law, allowing up to one million noncitizens residing in New York City to vote.

As previously reported in November, Adams has always been in favor of the move.

"I think that New Yorkers should have a voice in their government," Adams stated in a statement obtained by the New York Post on Saturday.

"While I had some reservations about one part of the law at first, I had a fruitful conversation with my colleagues in government that put those reservations to rest."

"I think that permitting the legislation to become law is by far the greatest option, and I look forward to investing millions more in the democratic process," the Democrat said.

Former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) has frequently warned that the bill would almost probably be challenged in court because it violates New York state law.

The measure is expected to benefit the city's enormous 3.1 million foreign-born population, which accounts for about 40% of the city's resident population, while diminishing the municipal votes of millions of American residents who live there.

Unless a court intervenes, beneficiaries might vote in local elections as early as next year.

Non-citizens now have the ability to vote in New York Metropolis, the country's most populated city.

Noncitizens may already vote in municipal elections in more than a dozen places in the United States, including 11 towns in Maryland and two in Vermont.

By July, the Board of Elections will have drafted an implementation plan, which will include voter registration laws and procedures to produce separate ballots for local elections to prevent noncitizens from voting in federal and state elections.

Noncitizens who have lived in the city for at least 30 days and who are permitted to work in the United States, including so-called "Dreamers," are eligible to vote for the mayor, city council members, borough presidents, comptroller, and public advocate.

Opponents argue that the council lacks the jurisdiction to award noncitizens voting rights on its own and that the state legislature should have been consulted first.

The New York State Republican Party previously said that it would launch a lawsuit to have the proposal overturned, claiming that the state's constitution expressly states that voting is a right granted only to American citizens.

The action has the potential to have a significant impact on local elections by diluting the votes of American residents in the city.

Some states, such as Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, and Florida, have passed measures that would prevent regulations like the one in New York City from becoming law. 

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