Federal sources confirm to KING 5 that Cetin was not a U.S. citizen, meaning legally he cannot vote. However, state records show Cetin registered to vote in 2014 and participated in three election cycles, including the May presidential primary.
I learned last week that my father recently registered to vote in this year's elections, which is a remarkable trick given that he died twenty-two months ago. Since he's now an ectoplasmically-abled Democrat, and he's registered in Cleveland, I only wonder how many times he will vote in the coming election.
It's weird that it's now easier to vote if one is either a non-citizen or dead.