24th Amendment

24th Amendment

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  • The 24th Amendment Emilia Perez-Rocha and Caroline Wallace
  • The rights of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.
  • What is the 24th amendment?
  • Before the 24th amendment, people had to pay a poll tax in order to vote.
  • Did you vote yesterday?
  • No, I couldn't afford to pay the tax.
  • The 24th amendment was proposed on August 27th, 1962, by President Lyndon B. Johnson. It allowed all people to vote without paying a tax.
  • There can be no one too poor to vote.
  • It was ratified on January 23rd, 1964.
  • Now I can vote without having to pay!
  • Did you vote yesterday?
  • Of course!
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