Should the minimum voting age be reduced to 16, or remain at 18?
I believe the voting age should stay at 18. At 16 is too young to understand social and political issues to vote with a maturity and elect the capable candidates.
No, and hubpages should limit the amount of questions each hubber is allowed to ask per day to avoid flooding this section with, questions from the same person.
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by Mister Veritis 7 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt 3 years ago
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