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PIME: Safeguard American Voting Eligibility (SAVE Act). Coming to the floor of the U.S. House.


The Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE Act) is coming to the floor of the U.S. House, and a vote is expected during the week of July 8. The SAVE Act, if enacted into federal law, will require individuals who register to vote in a federal election to provide documentary proof of U.S. citizenship. It will require states to establish programs to identify and remove noncitizens from their voter rolls. ​To help states do their duties, SAVE ensures that states will have access to federal databases to verify citizenship information.


The bill garnered 104 co-sponsors! Now, the timeframe to cosponsor has passed. Five other Representatives did ask to join, but they missed the deadline.  Co-sponsors to call and thank are listed here:


The representatives below were notable in their absence, but they may still be encouraged to vote in favor of the bill: John James (R, 10th), Elissa Slotkin (D, 7th), Rashida Tlaib (D, 12th), Tim Walberg (R, 5th), Shri Thanedar (D, 13th), Debbie Dingell (D, 6th), Haley Stevens (D, 11th), Dan Kildee (D, 5th), Hillary Scholten (D, 3rd).

The bill amends the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), which has governed state voter registration since 1993, to require states to obtain in-person documentary proof of U.S. citizenship and identity when registering an individual to vote in a Federal election. It expands the private right of action and introduces criminal penalties for election officials who register noncitizens to vote. Under SAVE, citizens may bring civil suits against election officials who fail to uphold proof of citizenship requirements for Federal elections.

Acceptable forms of documentary proof of citizenship in the SAVE Act include REAL ID, a U.S. passport, an official U.S. military ID card, a valid government-issued photo ID, and other specifically listed documents.

If enacted into law, the SAVE Act will require states to establish a program to remove non-citizens from their existing voter rolls, and it provides states with no-cost access to DHS and Social Security Administration databases.


Ryan Walker, Executive VP of Heritage Action states “The SAVE Act puts all of these issues to rest and gives Americans confidence that our elections are on a more even playing field.” Read more 

The Act acknowledges that the Supreme Court's decision in Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Ariz., Inc. has limited all the states' ability to require documentary proof of citizenship.

Plus, the SAVE Act aims to address concerns about foreign interference in federal elections.


To become law, SAVE must first pass the U.S. House and Senate. Then it will go to the U.S. President’s desk for signature.

What to do now?


Contact your Representatives to ensure they VOTE for the SAVE Act.


Read the Full and Edited text of SAVE Act HERE

NEW! Executive Summary: whitepaper on the SAVE Act and Noncitizen voting from Speaker Mike Johnson.

Download the whitepaper below.

Download PDF • 8.83MB

See also:

Not just the southern border: illegal crossings at northern border also breaking records: A record-breaking 18,644, were apprehended illegally entering the U.S. at the northern border in May. “The northern border is under-resourced by far compared to the southwest border,” said former Border Patrol chief Mark Morgan.


More than 12 million illegal border crossers, including 'gotaways,' since fiscal 2021: Officially reported internal gotaway data totals are considered by border agents “a best guess” and believed to be underreported 10% to 20%.

Elon nails it again: Another strategy to get noncitizens into the country for their votes!


Noncitizens affect the vote even if they don’t vote: Watch here on Just the News and learn how this happens!  

AFPI: Read article - “allowing people living here illegally to vote undermines the principle of citizenship.”

Restoration of America:  Report - The Left’s Push for Noncitizen Voting is a Scheme to Conquer America’s Cities




Rasmussen Poll:  Rasmussen reports on X that noncitizens are openly stating they will DEFINITELY vote this November.

AMAC:  Reporting about the “devious and backdoor” to getting noncitizens voting in American elections.

Ohio: Listen to The Windsor Report on noncitizen voting legislation in Ohio.


Vermont: The RNC and RITE have filed a lawsuit in Burlington, Vermont challenging noncitizen voting.


Mark your calendars to attend Election Integrity Network's outstanding national working groups.

Below is the schedule for National Working Groups July 1-2. A link to the full National Working Group Calendar for July is HERE  (All meetings are noted in Eastern time.)

Monday, July 1

  • Building Local Task Forces, 5 PM, Register

Tuesday, July 2

Click on the monthly NWG Calendar to register and join any meeting.


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