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15th 19th 24th and 26th according to my citizen ship class anyway (I am British)

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Which of the following amendments to the Constitution does not address or guarantee voting rights?

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Name one amendment that guarantees or addresses voting rights?

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Name the three amendments that guarantee or address voting rights.


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The 15th amendment was ratified on February 3, 1870. This amendment did not fully guarantee the African-Americans to vote until the Voting Rights Act of 1965.


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The 65 voting rights act wasn't an amendment, but a bill passed by congress.


What does the 19th amendment protect the voting rights of?

the 19th amendment protects to voting of women


The Civil Rights Act of 1965 was designed to guarantee?

It was designed to guarantee voting rights for African-Americnas


What amendments broadened voting rights?

The 19th amendment gave women voting rights.


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It was not the fourteenth amendment that specifically gave blacks voting rights. It is the 15th. The 14th gave citizenship and citizenship rights.


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What amendment to the constitution guarantees voting rights?

The 19th amendment..........


The 19th amendment protects the voting rights of who?

womenThe 19th Amendment protects the voting rights ofWOMEN. :)


What amendment is for voting rights?

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The nineteenth amendment protects the voting rights of?

The nineteenth amendment prohibits each state and/or federal government from denying anyone voting rights because of their sex. So basically, no voting sexism.


How have voting rights been expanded in the US?

how have voting rights been expanded through constitutional amendment


What amendment banned racial discrimination in voting by outlawing the denial of voting rights based on race?

14th amendment


Which Amendment gave voting rights to African Americans?

The 15th Amendment.


Which amendment ensured voting rights for blacks in the South?

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What amendment deals with voting rights?

15th


What voting rights does the nineteenth amendment?

women


What does the constitution say about the voting rights of aliens?

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