North Dakota’s Attorney General Drew Wrigley claims that individuals who claim they are citizens when they vote are eligible to vote even if they have no evidence that they are citizens.
North Dakota’s AG Wrigley is no stranger to controversy. The man who was appointed by the governor early this year soon approved the sale of a huge tract of farmland by Bill Gates.
Now Wrigley is back in the news. The GOP AG says that it’s not necessary to request proof of citizenship from voters.
However, citizens in the state claim that this is not consistent with the state’s law.
North Dakota citizens argue that the law requires that someone be a citizen in order to vote. Rather than suggest citizenship proof is not required, these citizens suggest proof is required in order to determine citizenship. How else do you prove citizenship?
It looks like North Dakota has some work to do.