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|AR Articles on Elections|
|Nationalist Politics in America (Part I) (Sep. 2002)|
|Nationalist Politics in America (Part II) (Oct. 2002)|
|It’s Race, Stupid (Jan. 2001)|
|Republican or Third Party? (Dec. 1999)|
|We Should Not Support Patrick Buchanan (Feb 2000)|
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With 96 percent of precincts counted, San Franciscans were rejecting 51 percent to 49 percent a measure that would allow noncitizen parents and guardians of public school children to cast votes for candidates for San Francisco’s Board of Education.
Proposition F would extend that right to foreign citizens living in San Francisco if they have a child enrolled in the San Francisco Unified School District.
Opponents said the measure is clearly illegal and an affront to immigrants who worked hard to obtain citizenship.
(Posted on November 4, 2004)