NYC ordered charity to pass out voter registration forms at migrant shelter

Why do they want illegal aliens to register to vote?

Five elected officials in Staten Island, led by US Congressman Nicole Malliotakis, say that New York City officials required a contractor to pass out voter registration forms to illegal aliens.

Recently, New York City hired Homes for the Homeless to operate a migrant shelter at 1111 Father Capodanno Boulevard in Staten Island. This is the former site of Island Shores Senior Residences. Last September, residents were forced to leave and find new homes to make room for illegal aliens.

Nicole Malliotakis says the contract with Home for the Homeless requires them to pass out voter registration forms in English, Spanish, and Chinese at the migrant shelter.

Illegal aliens are not eligible to vote.

“There’s a requirement in this contract that the contractor, Homes for the Homeless, is required to give voter registration forms to the public – anyone they come into contact with – while at the same time prohibiting them from asking immigration status. What is happening here? Look at all the benefits in the contract that migrants are to be getting. Do the taxpayers of this city get the same benefits? Absolutely not. We need New Yorkers to wake up and see what is happening.”  – Assemblyman Michael Tannousis

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