When did Jews get the right to vote?
That varied from country to country. Please bear in mind that in many countries nobody had a vote till late in the 1800s ...
Britain - 1858
Germany (for the Reichstag) - 1871 (but somewhat earlier in some German states)
What does the term suffrage refer to the A right to vote B Soviet labor camps C freedom to make one's voice heard D extermination of Jews under Hitler?
A-the right to vote
The right to vote, buy wagons, have jobs, own buissnesses etc.
First answer: Because the third reich was a Facist regime, which was a form of Totalitarian dictatorship that does not allow voting. Second answer: It was far worse for Jews than not being allowed to vote!!! The Nazis did not allow Jews to live. This was not a mere civil rights issue, but genocide & extermination of every Jewish person that could be found!
Jews can vote for any political party they choose. The Jews of the world represent countless different ideas and political parties. As of 2010, the majority of Jews in the United States are registered as Democrats.
No, the word simply refers to the right to vote. It is used mainly in connection with the campaigns for votes for women.
THERE has NEVER been a religious test to vote. In the colonies the voter was male, 21, and owned land. Slaves and women couldn't vote. Slaves got the right in the 15th amendment and women with the 19th amendment. This country was founded on the freedom of religion and the government is secular in nature. It is very unnerving that this question has been asked.
can you lose the right to vote ?if so, how? you can lose the right to vote by being a felony
having the right to vote is called active right to vote and not being able to vote is called suffrage.
German Jews lost citizenship rights: e.g. the right to vote. They also lost the right to hold public offices, to practice professions (doctor, lawyer), theay were forbidden to use public education to marry a German person, to have property.
women - right to vote Blacks- for freedom Irish- acceptance Jews- religious toleration
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does people living overseas have the right to vote
The 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. Women had the right to vote in the year 1919.
Suffrage (from the Latin root, meaning "vote") is the civil right to vote, or the exercise of that right. Basically, suffrage is "the right to vote." the right to womens voting
The Protestants had the right to vote
they always had the right to vote
The right to vote is known as enfranchisement. Another definition: Suffrage is the right or privilege of casting a vote at a public election.
Yes, in the U.S. a citizen has a right to vote or not to vote. The Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution grants every U.S. citizen the right to vote, but it is your choice whether you actually go and vote.
Suffrage is the right to vote.
No, not everyone in the US has the right to vote.
There is no constitutional "right" to vote. You cannot be prevented from voting due to race or gender, but constitutionally speaking there is no explicit "right" to vote.
The right to vote is called suffrage or political franchise. Having a vote is being enfranchised, and taking away that right is disenfranchisement.
it depends amendment 15: black suffrage (right to vote) amendment 19: womens suffrage (right to vote) amendment 26: eighteen years old to vote
Women received the right to vote in 1920. The 19th amendment was made into law especially for the right for women to vote. The 15th amendment is for other races to vote.
We have a secret ballot in the US, so nobody really knows how people vote, but efforts are made to estimate how various groups vote. In recent presidential elections indications are that no more than 35% of Jewish voters have voted Republican and exit polls showed that 77% of the Jewish vote went to Obama in 2008. An Other Answer In general most observant Jews tend to lean towards the right while many less observant… Read More
People have realized that in a democracy, all contributing members of society should get the right to vote. Women should not be discriminated against because of their sex and deserve the right to vote just as men deserve the right to vote.
Of course they vote. Everyone has the right to vote.
Women in America gained the right to vote by protesting and creating the Women's suffrage movement. They were granted the right to vote in 1920.
Women who were seeking the right to vote were known as Suffragettes. This word is derived from suffrage, which means the right to vote.
only men have the right to vote ...if you are 21 and older
suffrage The right to vote is a civil liberty. Answer: Enfranchisement.
women and black people did not have the right to vote
No, they didn't have the right to vote until the 1970s.
Convicted felons have NEVER had a 'right' to vote.
People who have the right to vote are the 'electorate'.
They were given the right to vote in 1917.
For the better part of the 1700s, most people did not have the right to vote. Men in England had the right to vote and that was about the extent of it.
sufferagette sufferagette Women do not have to earn the right to vote, we are all born with the right to vote. It's up to governments to guarantee the right to vote to their citizens. If they don't, they're bad governments and should be changed.
One way a state can deny an individual the right to vote is if they do not register in time. Another way the state can deny a person the right to vote is if they are not a citizen. A felon is also denied the right to vote. Another way a person can be denied the right to vote is that you have to have a place of residence.
If you have more than 16 years old you have the right to vote. If you have more than 18 and less than 70 you have the obligation to vote. You only lost the right to vote if you are in jail.
Yes, the phrase "right to vote" refers to the right to choose leaders by voting in elections.
Not all women in the world have the right to vote and express their views on important matters. Women in Thailand got the right to vote in 1932. Many exercise this right in elections.
Black males the right to vote.
Woman in California got the right to vote in 1911
No the women did not have the right to vote in the Original Constitution
Women in England were granted the right to vote in 1918.
how did African Americans get the right to vote
Women like men have the right to vote.
The right to vote is also known as 'suffrage', and 'enfranchisement' or franchise
They were given the right to vote in 1960