As a nation, the United States of America has come a long way with regard to the right to vote. Although today most Americans have the right to vote in federal and state elections, voting was not always a default right for all in the United States. The U.S. Constitution did not specify who had or did not have the right to vote — but did establish how the new country would vote. As the quadrennial elections approaches on November 3, 2020, we want to provide you with the right resources because YOUR VOTE MATTERS!
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