Author: Rowan Scarborough - The Washington Times Citizens went to court to show that non-citizens were registering fraudulently to vote in Frederick County, Maryland. A court employee turned over pages of residents’ names disqualified from jury duty because of illegal immigrant status. Those lists were compared with voting records and 180 non-citizens were registered to vote. Of those, 63 had voted, some in multiple elections. The 180 registered votes came from 1,400 disqualified non-citizens, a rate of 12.8 percent. Frederick County’s numbers offer a snapshot from jury pools showing that non-citizens are registered to vote and are casting ballots in states which administer federal, state and local elections. “Obviously, there are people on the voting rolls who have no business being on the voter rolls,” said Daniel M. Gray, a lawyer who filed the lawsuit. “What needs to be determined is how extensive is this.” A group of political scientists declared that “zero” non-citizens voted in U.S. elections. However, the Frederick County court case deals with real people, not polls, and it shows illegal immigrants do indeed vote. Click here for full story.