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What were some voting restrictions in colonial Georgia in 1732?


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2014-09-18 00:17:36
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There was scarce democracies in the colonies. Only one group was guaranteed suffrage, White men over the age of 21 who owned property. People who were not property holders, Catholics, women, blacks and native Americans were all prohibited from casting votes.


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