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Should U.S. voters be required to take a test when voting for President.

Asked by: jnachazel
  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • To vote you need competency

    A voting eligibility test, if written un-biased and simply to prove knowledge of ones own government or country's history could be crucial to placing a country in the right hands. If you vote Without knowledge of what the politics in the government stand for, you are likely to vote for someone who has worse morals and intelligence than some-possibly more outstanding- candidates

  • Of Course Not!

    The test could be bias towards one party over another can could prevent voters from excising their voting rights and turning them into voting privileges. How would the tests questions prompt? What would prevent these tests from being susceptible of political bias by ruling Democrats/Republicans/anyone else?

    The only test should be if you have your own opinion and are you over the age of 18. Beyond that, vote for your beliefs and candidates that would best support them.


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