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Does the Constitution guarantee you a right to vote?

  • Yes, because of representation requirements.

    Yes, the Constitution guarantees you the right to vote, because the Constitution was intended to ensure that there was no taxation without representation. The right to vote is written into the Constitution because the founding father wanted a government that was more of the people than what they had in their government from Britain.

  • No, the right to vote is a limited privilege.

    The constitution only outlines voting ages, races and genders, but not the complete right to vote, which is why some people, such as those who are incarcerated for committing a crime, are not allowed to vote. Although this is not fair, many consider voting a privilege rather than a right.


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