Professor Hayduk quoted in article about efforts to ban non-citizen voting in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Author: Jim Gaines, Springfield News-Sun
May 28, 2022

"Legal voting by noncitizens is not new in the United States, according to Stateline, the Pew Charitable Trusts’ reporting arm. From the founding of the country until 1926, 40 states at various times allowed noncitizens to vote in local, state and federal elections, Stateline found, citing San Francisco State University political science professor Ron Hayduk. In some places noncitizens could even hold office."

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