The Twenty-sixth Amendment

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  • Here are my papers. I am ready to vote!
  • By law the brave teens who fought for our country could not vote. In most states the minimum age for voting was 21. 
  • To register and vote you have to be 21
  • Age 18
  • You can not vote because you are 18, you have to be 21 to vote. 
  • In 1971, that changed with teens in the Vietnam war. If teens are allowed to fight in battle then they should have the right to vote.
  •  The twenty-sixth amendment guaranteed the right to vote for citizens the age of 18 and older.
  • Register and vote now at the age of 18
  • Welcome to voting! Register here.
  • Thank You!
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