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
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.
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