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What is one amendment of voting rights?


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19th- giving the vote to women

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The 19th amendment guaranteed women voting rights.

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

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voting rights of former slaves.

It was 1920 for women's voting rights.

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They each give voting rights to groups previously not allowed to vote. 15-African American voting rights, 19-women's voting rights, 26- eighteen yr old voting rights.

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The 19th amendment extended the voting rights to women. The 15th amendment ensured the right to vote no matter a persons race. The 26th amendment gave any citizen over 18 the right to vote.

protects the voting rights of women of any shape or size

When voting rights were extended to citizens who previously did not have voting rights, there was more pluralism in the US. When the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920, the votes granted to women expanded the numbers of people voting in the US.

The 19th amendment gave women voting rights, also called Sufferage.

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