Currently, Illegals and Prisoners count as 1 person for purpose of California's electoral votes... Should they count as 2/5th of a person?
- Dr. Li WenliangLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
The thing is that the census does not just determine the distribution of funds it determines the number of congressional seats a state has.
That means the presence of foreignors makes californians votes count more.
- out2lunch4now2Lv 78 months ago
Criminal migrants should count as NO person.
- ndmagicmanLv 78 months ago
You are wrong on both accounts.
Illegals can not and do not vote in California.
And Prisoners also can not vote.
If you are convicted of a misdemeanor you can vote.
If convicted of a felony, once you serve your prison sentence, voting rights are restored
- MikeLv 78 months ago
They cant vote ,So they dont count
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- Anonymous8 months ago
when the illegals sign up for the census we will have a deportation list ready to go...
- Blue Skies.Lv 78 months ago
Should not be counted at all.
- 8 months ago
Illegals should not be counted at all, because they should be given nothing by the State. It's the way every other nation in the world treats illegals and tourists.
I'm thinking we, reluctantly, have to count prisoners because they do take up resources.