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Negation -- possible voter fraud this time.
In the critical battleground state of Colorado nine electoral votes that are up for grabs -- the the road to 278 we are learning the secretary of state.
Is announcing a growing list of suspected.
Non citizens on his voter rolls senior correspondent Eric Shawn back on the on this story today -- live in New York what is happening in Colorado where -- -- you know you have to be an American citizen to vote for president.
But in that state and Colorado officials now say that more non citizens have been found on the voter rolls you know it's been a controversial issue nationwide.
Colorado secretary of state Republican Scott -- -- Has said that as many as 5000 non citizens may have voted an -- in 2010.
Well his office is comparing the voter rolls there to the US Department of Homeland Security alien registration lists and -- what they found.
Suspected non citizens on the rolls of those they say to order and 32 unaffiliated with the political party.
Are Democrats 37 Republicans.
And others and rolled in some minor parties.
-- Kesler said he can't estimate exactly how widespread non citizen voting maybe.
But -- New York for example Fox News has reviewed voter registration forms of people who are enrolled voters but are not American citizens.
You know the ones that we've looked at -- -- they voluntarily step forward and a vast election officials to remove their names on the list.
But just how many non citizens in new York and elsewhere have so far not stepped forward to tell authorities while bill.
That number I mean just just can't know what are the critics say about this error while critics like the ACLU and others say at that casts are another officials said they accuse them of voter suppression.
And trying to disenfranchise voters in their efforts to identify non citizens of the critics claim those efforts are all politically motivated.
But Kessler an election officials say they're only trying to uphold the law.
And protect the integrity and credibility of the nation's voting rolls -- by the way started this whole process back in 2011.
But his office says the only recently were granted access to the Homeland Security -- to try and verify the citizenship of people who are voting.
And of course if you suspect problems at the polls are potential voter fraud where you live there's our address voter fraud at Fox News.
Dot com -- thank you Eric Eric John and our newsroom here in New York when he.
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