Voting Rights Facts  

American has been through a long history of voting rights and what it is today is the most modern and new version of it. Today’s voting rights are fair and square with everyone and is in its most civilized form. However, in the past it was not so simple. Women and African Americans were denied voting rights and it was a man’s world in its true sense.More...

History Of Voting Rights In The United States

History Of Voting Rights In The United States

Voting right and its rules are pretty straight forward in the United States. However, the voting rights issue has been through several ups and down in the history of the US. The eligibility to vote for all people is always determined by the US federal and state laws. The laws clearly mention that only the citizens of the country can vote and not aliens or green card holders.More...

 

History Of Women Suffrage

History Of Women Suffrage

Women suffrage was a women’s movement in history that was mainly initiated to allow women the right to vote. In the eighteenth century, women were not allowed to vote or participate in any government affairs. Women suffrage is also a general term that is used to refer to the movements for political or economical reform of women that took place in the past.More...

 

United States Women Suffrage

United States Women Suffrage

The United States women suffrage movement as mainly held during the early 19th century and late until the 20th century. Women were denied equal employment opportunities and the right to vote in the US when the government was first formed.More...

 

Native American Voting Rights

Native American Voting Rights

The Native Americans were granted United States citizenship only eighty years ago. Until then, the Native Americans were treated as outcasts and their lands were snatched and many of them were sent out of the country. The Native Americans in the US have had several set backs because they were primitive in their practices, being uneducated, and also they did not know English.More...

 

What Was The Voting Rights Act Of 1965 ?

What Was The Voting Rights Act Of 1965

The National Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed so that any discrimination in voting practices was removed from the government policies, and every citizen of the US who was 18 years of age and above had voting rights irrespective of their caste, color, gender and religion or previous status.More...

 

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History of voting rights in the united states - Criminal and voting rights
 

Criminal-And-Voting-Rights      Criminals and people who have committed felonies are denied voting rights in the US. In the recent elections, nearly 3.9 million voters had no access to ballots, or voting rights because they were convicted criminals and felons. Out of these people several were African Americans and actually many had been discharged of their crime also. However, they were still denied voting rights and it actually affects the African Americans. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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