This Oct. 29, 2015 photo shows election signs in a Chinatown window supporting affordable housing in the Mission District and restrictions on short-term rentals in San Francisco. The city in 2016 became one of the few in the United States that allows non-citizens to vote in specified local elections.
This Oct. 29, 2015 photo shows election signs in a Chinatown window supporting affordable housing in the Mission District and restrictions on short-term rentals in San Francisco. The city in 2016 became one of the few in the United States that allows non-citizens to vote in specified local elections. Eric Risberg AP file
This Oct. 29, 2015 photo shows election signs in a Chinatown window supporting affordable housing in the Mission District and restrictions on short-term rentals in San Francisco. The city in 2016 became one of the few in the United States that allows non-citizens to vote in specified local elections. Eric Risberg AP file

Let’s give our non-citizen neighbors the right to vote in California

August 03, 2017 12:34 PM