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Tijdlijn Voor Stemrechten
Bijgewerkt: 9/23/2020
Tijdlijn Voor Stemrechten
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Election Process in US

Verkiezingen in de Verenigde Staten

Docentenhandleiding Door Matt Campbell

Elke vier jaar oefenen burgers van de Verenigde Staten een van de machtigste rechten uit die ze hebben: hun stemrecht op de president van de Verenigde Staten. Hoewel er het hele jaar door veel mogelijkheden zijn om te stemmen bij kleinere of lokale verkiezingen, geeft deze specifieke verkiezing hen de mogelijkheid om de kandidaat te kiezen die volgens hen het Amerikaanse volk zal dienen, het land zal beschermen en onze manier van leven zal verbeteren.


Stemrechten

Docentenhandleiding Door Liane Hicks

Terwijl studenten vernemen dat de Onafhankelijkheidsverklaring verklaarde dat "Alle mensen gelijk zijn geschapen", hadden de meeste mensen in de Verenigde Staten pas bijna tweehonderd jaar later de volledige rechten op staatsburgerschap. De Verenigde Staten hebben een lange geschiedenis van het opzettelijk ontzeggen van het stemrecht aan armen, vrouwen en mensen van kleur, door middel van intimidatie, geweld of het creëren van wetten als barrières.




Amerikaanse Verkiezingen

Storyboard Tekst

  • 15th AMENDMENT RATIFIED
  • Voting Station
  • Ballots
  • History Of Voting Rights In America
  • On February 26th 1870, the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. The 15th Amendment states that no one can be denied a vote "on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." However, many states instituted poll taxes, literacy tests, and sometimes threats of violence to suppress the African American vote.
  • Voting Booths
  • 19th AMENDMENT RATIFIED
  • THE TIME IS NOWWOMEN'S RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS
  • 24th AMENDMENT RATIFIED
  • ENTRANCE TO VOTING STATION
  • On June 4th, 1920, white women in the United States were finally given the right to vote after a lengthy campaign to achieve suffrage. Although some states failed to ratify the amendment, more than 8 million women cast their vote in the election of 1920.
  • MR. PRESIDENT, HOW LONG MUST WOMEN WAIT FOR LIBERTY?
  • WOMEN ARE RUDDERLESS....WE NEED THE BALLOT!
  • Poll Taxes
  • On August 27th 1962, the 24th Amendment was passed. States were no longer allowed to implement a poll tax for voters. Poll taxes are fees that citizens have to pay in order to vote. Because of this, many poor Americans were unable to vote. Now, poor and disenfranchised citizens were able to vote for politicians that would help fight for more economic opportunities to break the cycle of poverty.
  • Poll Taxes
  • Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act
  • HandicapAccessible Booth
  • 2020 Ballot
  • Handicap Accessible Booth
  • 2020 Ballot
  • On September 28th, 1984 the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act was passed by Congress. Polling places must now be physically accessible to people with disabilities for federal elections. This law officially made it possible for more citizens to have a voice in their government as physical limitations had previously prevented some from being able to vote.
  • UOCAVA PASSED
  • In August 1986, the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) was passed by Congress. This law allows members of the U.S. Uniformed Services, their family members, and U.S. citizens residing outside of the United States to be able to vote in U.S. elections.
  • Ballots to be Shipped
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