Local laws don't supersede the constitution. This is going to be going through lawsuits for years before ultimately being struck down.
this is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Low immediate consequence, high virtue signal value, establish precedent for leftists running local elections which depending upon the state can indeed have the consequence of the police power of the government being wielded by non-citizens.
This slice of reality is brought to you by a Chicago lawyer dealing with similar leftist efforts to moralize the legal process and kill our Constitution.
*"Emily Weant, who has lived in College Park since 2013, said allowing noncitizens to vote is “a slap in the face to citizens, especially Latino immigrants who have earned their citizenship.”"*
Pretty funny how the only time conservatives are defending any immigrants of any kind is when they want to keep other ones (even legal ones) from advancing in any way. It's always "a slap in the face to the immigrant" when it involves "cutting in front of the legal line/affirmative action/amnesty/driver's licenses/etc", but they never make a peep when legal immigrants of 30+ years are forced to borderline sew their papers into their sleeves to avoid harassment from the ice jackboots. That's a-ok in the eye of the ConcernedConservative™. It's almost like they dont give a fuck about any sort of immigrant (legal included), seek to divide them, and would prefer they didn't exist in any capacity 🤔
Its funny that people think its ok for Foreigners to vote in our country, but felons cant.