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SOL CE.05e

Civics & Economics SOL CE.05e

Amendment gave all men the right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude? 15th
Amendment gave women the right to vote? 19th
Amendment gave citizens of Washington, DC the right to vote in presidential elections? 23rd
Amendment ended the use of poll tax? 24th
Amendment lowered the age to vote from 21 to 18? 26th
Federal law that ended the use of literacy test and other forms of racial discrimination in voting? Voting Rights Act of 1965
What does a citizen have to do before they can vote? Register
How many days before elections does registration close? 22 Days
In order to register in Virginia, you must be… 1. A citizen of the… United States
In order to register in Virginia, you must be… 2. A resident of _____ and the voting precinct. Virginia
In order to register in Virginia, you must be… 3. _____ by the day of the election. 18 years old
What are the three ways you can you register to vote? Registrar’s office By Mail Online
Where can you get a mail-in application to register? The DMV Public Libraries State and Local Government Offices
What 3 factors can predict if someone will vote? Age, Education, and Income
Which elections have the most voter participation? Presidential Four reasons why citizens fail to vote?1. Lack of… interest
2. Failure to… register
3. Belief their vote does not… count
4. No time or too… busy
Every _____ is important. vote
How can students participate in elections? Campaigns and simulations
Created by: Warren_Fisher
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