The 24th amendment ends the taxes on polls. like voting. this was made because they thought that it was the peoples right to chose who they wanted to be in a public office and they should not have to pay to do so.
the 24th Amendment eliminated all Poll Taxes for registered voters.
the person who opposed the 24th amendment was an old guy
The 24th Amendment of the Constitution does not have a nickname. The purpose of this amendment was to eliminate the poll tax.
The 24th Amendment was passed on 1964, so the answer is Lyndon B. Johnson.
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The man who proposed the 24th amendment of the constitution. The man who proposed the 24th amendment of the constitution.
the 24th amendment
The 24th Amendment. Ratified January23, 1964.
The 24th amendment was proposed by Congress to the states on August 29, 1962 and was ratified by the states on January 23, 1964
The 24th amendment.The 24th Amendment, ratified in 1964, reflecting a political compromise, abolished the use Suttles, and extended the prohibition of poll taxes to state elections.
What are the five states that had poll tax at the time of the 24th amendment was ratified?
The 24th amendment states that.
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