Who could vote ancient Greece?
For the most part the right to vote in the ancient Greek city-states was a right for males of proper age. Females were not leaders or voters in ancient Greece.
The best example of voting in ancient Greece occurred in Athens,
where they had a version of democracy-- but participation was
limited to only adult male citizens who owned land and were not
slaves. Women, men too poor to own land, and anyone in bondage
could not vote.