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Midlo Middle Civics

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What is an absentee ballot vote by mail instead of in person on election day
3 qualifications to vote in Virginia -be a citizen -be a resident of Virginia -be at least 18 by election day
3 ways to register to vote in Virginia -in person -mail-in application -online
Is a more educated person or a less educated person more likely to vote? more educated
Is a wealthy person or a poorer person more likely to vote? wealthier
Is an older person or a young person more likely to vote? older
What are 2 reasons why people fail to vote? -lack of interest -failure to register
Do more people vote in presidential elections or state and local elections Presidential
What type of elections make a bigger impact on your daily life? state and local elections
What does the 15th amendment say about voting? All races can vote
What does the 19th amendment say about voting? Women can vote
What does the 23rd amendment say about voting? people in Washington DC can vote
What does the 24th amendment say about voting? banned poll taxes
What does the 26th amendment say about voting? 18 year old citizens can vote
What does voter apathy mean? lack of interest causing someone not to vote
What is the Voter Rights Act of 1965 say? no voter discrimination by intimidation or literacy tests
Why is voting important? Our govt is elected by its citizens and that effects every aspect of our lives. It is important right in our society. Citizens can make their voices heard.
 

 



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