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File image of the fire at a pub in Mumbai’s Kamala Mills Compound. especially if its something you want to do.— Sukma and Dantewada.Ajit Jogi is contesting from Marwahi his wife Renu Jogi from Kota and his daughter-in-law Richa Jogi is a BSP nominee from Akaltara Follow news updates on the Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2018 here New Delhi: Two AAP MLAs out of the 63 who exercised their franchise in the presidential poll indulged in cross-voting analysis of data shared by the returning officer suggests Representational image Reuters The figure is much less than claims made by the Delhi unit of the BJP on the day of polling and on expected lines considering the number of rebel MLAs in the AAP After casting his vote sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra had said: "My vote went to one who is all set to become the next president" The data also shows that although a total of 67 lawmakers had cast their vote six were declared invalid Two AAP MLAs did not vote When a voter fails to mark the first reference or marks the preference in a fashion other than the one prescribed by the Election Commission the vote is considered as invalid The 70-member Delhi Assembly currently has 69 MLAs of which 65 belong to the ruling AAP and four to the BJP Among the votes deemed valid 55 went in favour of joint Opposition candidate Meira Kumar whom the AAP supported while six votes went in favour of the President elect Ramnath Kovind One seat is lying vacant since March when AAP legislator Ved Prakash had quit membership to join the BJP According to Delhi’s population the value of the vote of a city MLA was pegged at 58 "Congratulations to Shri Ram Nath Kovind ji for becoming President of India" Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted IDEAS Weiser is director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law Keith is the Katz Fellow at the Brennan Center The Trump administration continues to double down on its false and widely-criticized assertion that 3 to 5 million non-citizens illegally voted in the 2016 election On Sunday White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller claimed 14% of non-citizens are registered to vote "We know for a fact you have massive numbers of non-citizens registered to vote in this country" he said appearing on ABCs This Week With George Stephanopoulos "The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud" Actually it hasnt Nevertheless President Trump announced earlier this month despite the lack of evidence that Vice President Mike Pence will lead a federal investigation into voter fraud Tons of ink has been devoted to debunking the presidents claims that our elections are marred by widespread voter fraud But few have focused specifically on his administrations larger false claims about non-citizens It is important to put this particular allegation to bed once and for all Like voter fraud generally non-citizen voting is incredibly rare Simply put we already know that ineligible non-citizens do not vote in American elections including the 2016 election except at negligible rates Here are the facts Non-citizen voting is very rare Multiple nationwide studies have uncovered only a handful of incidents of non-citizens voting Based on state prosecution records votes by non-citizens account for between 00003 percent and 0001 percent of all votes cast Election officials agree that there is no serious problem of non-citizen voting in our elections The National Association of Secretaries of State whose Republican-majority membership includes the chief elections officers of 40 states said they "are not aware of any evidence that supports the voter fraud claims made by President Trump" Federal law and the law of every state prohibit non-citizens from registering to vote or voting in elections (save for a few municipalities that allow non-citizen residents to vote in local elections) Experts believe that the severity of the penalties for violating these laws serve as a significant deterrent Also it is relatively easy for a non-citizen to get caught If an ineligible person intentionally registers or votes not only do they risk being recognized but their name will be on permanent lists of voters for later detection And as discussed below lots of people scrutinize those lists looking for potentially ineligible voters increasing the chances of getting caught Again when discovered non-citizens face fines time in prison and deportation Perhaps because of the increased penalties non-citizens face from criminal prosecution research also shows that non-citizens commit crimes at lower rates than persons born in the United States Undocumented immigrants or persons with undocumented immigrants in their family are often more reluctant to engage with government officials generally which would include registering to vote and voting Penalties for a non-citizen voting or registering to vote are severe Under federal law any non-citizen that votes can be fined up to $100000 and imprisoned for up to one year or three years if they intentionally misrepresented their citizenship status States have their own equally harsh penalties In one recent high-profile example a permanent resident in Texas was sentenced to eight years in prison for voting Even more serious a non-citizen can be deported for casting a single vote they were not eligible to cast For non-citizens working towards naturalization merely being registered to vote can serve as a basis for denying citizenship Its not hard to identify non-citizen voting and many people are looking Unlike voter impersonation fraud which is also exceptionally rare non-citizen voting involves ineligible persons registering and voting in their own names If a non-citizen were to vote their name would be permanently listed in the record of persons who voted in that election as well as on the list of registered voters in that jurisdiction for as long as they remain registered Those lists can be reviewed or compared to lists of non-citizens to identify anyone that was ineligible to vote List comparisons are often unreliable because the databases states rely on do not contain up-to-date citizenship status and because of common names causing false matches These flaws however make it likely that investigations will overstate the number of ineligible voters rather than let some go by unnoticed The registration and voting records enable several different stakeholders to identify any non-citizens who voted in an election First state election officials are required by law to regularly scour the voter rolls for ineligible voters Many have used the list comparison technique to comb through their entire list of registered voters and still found minimal evidence of non-citizens voting In 2012 Florida conducted this type of analysis of its list of 12 million registered active voters At first the state believed it had identified 180000 potential ineligible voters by searching a state database with out-of-date citizenship information Upon further investigation the state narrowed that list down to 2600 and sent it on to county election officials for review After the counties conducted their own investigations Florida removed just 85 ineligible registrants from their statewide list and only one person was convicted for fraud Investigations in Colorado Iowa Michigan and Ohio ended similarly Political parties and candidates who have the keenest interest in weeding out ineligible voters who may support their opponents also have access to and review lists of registered voters This is particularly true in races close enough to result in recounts In those races lawyers for parties and candidates will scrutinize each individual absentee and provisional ballot to ensure that the voter is eligible In this past years North Carolina gubernatorial election which did not even reach the stage of a full recount the challenging party claimed to have identified ineligible voters in half the states counties Many of those votes were valid and none were cast by non-citizens In virtually every state political parties and candidates also station representatives as poll watchers in polling places on Election Day In 39 states partisans can challenge a persons right to vote at the polls In most of those states challenges may be based on the voters eligibility including their citizenship In 28 states private citizens may challenge a voters registration prior to Election Day Finally in many polling places poll workers and voters are likely to know the people who show up to vote and who is eligible Most voters vote in a polling place assigned based on the town or neighborhood they live in and an average polling place sees approximately 400 voters on Election Day Poll workers in small jurisdictions have reported in interviews that they are confident in their knowledge of the eligible voters in their community The three sources President Trump has relied on for his false claim of non-citizen voting are completely unreliable First the president and his Senior Advisor Stephen Miller cited a study by Jesse Richman and David Earnest two professors at Old Dominion University which claimed 14 percent of non-citizens are registered to vote That study has been thoroughly debunked by prominent experts for relying on a sample so small that the findings could be explained by response error The reports own author said it does not support the presidents claim Next the president cited an anecdote about a German golfer in which the golfer became frustrated after he was turned away from voting but others were not This story has unraveled since it first became public with reports that the golfer is himself ineligible to vote that President Trump heard the story third-hand and that the voter in the story is actually a friend of the golfers What is worse the reason the voter in the story gave for his frustration was that other people in line "did not look as if they should be allowed to vote" President Trump also cited Gregg Phillips an individual that first claimed in November via twitter to have evidence of ineligible voters There is no evidence to support Mr Phillips claim but he has a history of claiming voter fraud where there is none Mr Phillips has refused to release the information behind this most recent allegation for fear of media "spin" Lets have an honest debate about voting in this country not one filled with misinformation Voter fraud including voting by non-citizens is just not happening like the president says Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsIDEAS Shane Parrish writes Farnam Street Right now the front of your brain is firing signals about what youre reading and how much of it you soak up has a lot to do with whether there is a proper balance of neurochemicals and 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