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Which amendment extend voting rights to a broader range of americans?

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2014-08-23 03:38:38
2014-08-23 03:38:38

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.

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