The Constitutional qualifications to vote is that you have to be 18 or older, and you has to be a U.S citizen.
The only qualification is to be a citizin If you are a citizen you can vote
Prior to 1820, the qualifications to vote excluded a lot of people from being able to do so. The qualifications included being white, being male and being a property owner.
it is to be 18 and older and .........................
Non-whites and women could not vote in colonial america because of these qualifications
The only requirement that you need to vote in any country is: You have to be 18+ the law requires it.
You must:Be a citizen of the United StatesBe a resident of Virginia and of the precinct in which you want to voteBe 18 years old by the next electionNot have been convicted of a felony, or have had your civil rights restoredNot currently be declared mentally incompetent by a court of law
They couldn't vote until 1920.
Virginia has 13 electoral college votes.
White men were the only ones allowed to vote in the colony of Virginia. They also were required to own property.
No- there are no official religious qualifications for President. Of course, voters may take religion into consideration when they vote.
Yes, you can. I found this in fairfaxcounty.gov "Virginia is an Open Primary state which means that any registered voter in Virginia can vote in either a Democratic or Republican primary. When both parties are holding a primary election, you will be asked which primary you want to vote in when you check in to vote with your photo ID."
By installing Jim-Crow Laws which limited the vote to people who met certain qualifications. Often times when an African-American passed these qualifications they would be denied anyways.
The vote in Virginia was so important because Virginia was a large and powerful state and if Virginia rejected the pact, New York and the other remaining states might do so too. BTW did you get this question out of a textbook?
Only adult white males who owned property could vote.
In addition to possessing US Citizenship you must be at least 18 and registered to vote, and (in most states) not be a convicted felon.
Yes, but you must be a resident and be 18.
To be a Citizen of the country and to pay tax
There is no time limit. When you get an address register to vote.
You are eligible to vote in West Virginia if you are A resident of West Virginia and the county in which you register. A U.S. Citizen. At least 17 years old, and 18 before the next General Election. Seventeen year olds may register and vote in primary elections, if they turn 18 by the next General Election. Not currently under conviction for a felony, including probation or parole, or a court ruling of mental incompetence. Voting rights are restored when the term of conviction ends.