A long time ago, people are legally an adult by 16, I am not sure whether they were allow to vote. I think 17 should be a good age, to allow to vote, 21 till run for congress, 30 to run for governor and senate and over 50 to run President
Of course...to age 16. But then I would go further and allow everyone with a social security number to vote via the www for national elections. And I have other ideas to enhance our democratic voting...from an 80+ yr old...born in the US of A.
No - School aged Americans are too easily influenced by their school environment and teachers. I do think you should have to show ID to vote.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter15 months ago
Some people say President Obama told illegal aliens they can vote. It is reported that 3,000,000 did just that in California. What about Arizona? What about Florida? How can that happen? ...
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
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by ahorseback4 months ago
Why can't there be a basic political pre- test to actually vet all voters. That way there can be no , "free cell phones ", "Ride to the polls " or "polling at...
by Credence22 years ago
I guess we all know that Blacks supported Obama and the democrats because of the offer of a free cell phone? Conservatives always say that Blacks and Hispanic provide allegiance to the Democrats because the transfer of...
by Credence25 years ago
Would you increase or lower the current voting age (18), if so why?In concert with the question would you increase of lower the current drinking age (generally 21), if so why?Finally, if you accept the status quo for...
by Brenda Durham4 years ago
I'm wondering if perhaps the age limit to vote should be raised.I'm seeing so many immature words come from people. Even if they ARE older and still talk so immaturely, at least the odds are that we'd...
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