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@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, it should be raised to age 21 to help ensure a more well-informed, tax paying voter

@94267X2 from Colorado answered…6mos

No and only men 25 and older who haver either served in armed forces police or owned a business should be allowed to vote

@spaceUnicorn018 from VI answered…7mos

Yes, any citizen that is able to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics should be allowed to vote

@93RQL4H from Massachusetts answered…7mos

Yes, anyone who pays taxes and is educated in who to vote for should be aloud to vote.

@93LMRWT answered…7mos

Yes, anyone who pays taxes (AKA has a job) should be required to vote.

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…8mos

No, it should be raised, but have exceptions made for those in public service and for those who pay income taxes

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

Only heterosexual cisgender male Christians with citizenship, who do not receive any type of welfare, benefits or aid from the government, should be allowed to vote, and their age, race and creed should not be taken into consideration at all.

@92WS8Q4 from Arkansas answered…9mos

No, but allow citizens who are 17 years old during a Primary Election to vote if they will turn 18 on or before the General Election

@LiamHal78638640 from Illinois answered…9mos

No people should have to serve in the army or national guard before they are allowed to vote

 @michaelconnely from Nebraska answered…9mos

If you are in the military, you should be able to vote at any age.

@heatherdvdprince… answered…11mos

No. I believe that the writers of the Constitution were divinely inspired (I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). I personally believe (not a church opinion or anything. My own) that the reason they said only land-owning men should vote was to prevent the uneducated from making bad voting decisions. While I believe that women and non-property owners should be allowed to vote, I think it is wise to find a way to preserve the original intent. So perhaps voters should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote. This should NOT include calling certain OPINIONS right or wrong.

@heatherdvdprince… answered…11mos

No. I believe that the writers of the Constitution were divinely inspired (I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). I personally believe that the reason they said only land-owning men should vote was to prevent the uneducated front making bad voting decisions. While I believe that women and non-property owners should be allowed to vote, I think it is wise to find a way to preserve the original intent. So perhaps voters should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote. This should NOT include calling certain OPINIONS right or wrong.

@8ZGPKM9 from Missouri answered…11mos

no because some people are gonna be immature about it and that is why it should stay the same

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…11mos

No, it should be raised to age 21 to help ensure a more informed voting public

@8Z6D7QZ from West Virginia answered…12mos

@49VGR68 answered…12mos

Regardless, constitutional rights should be on a level playing field. If I have to be 21 to get a gun, the voting age should match or vice versa.

@8PWXW4S from Oregon answered…12mos

@8YW4MHH from Connecticut answered…1yr

No, but 16/17 year-olds shouldn't have to pay taxes if they can not vote.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, the voting age should be the age of majority which is decided at the state level

@76WTH56 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

@8XDYP8P from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, only if they are tax-paying, and every voter should have to pass a test on the understanding of basic politics.

@8X3KQBN from Nevada answered…1yr

@8WP5BCC from Ohio answered…1yr

@89CDM9C from Kansas answered…1yr

No, and the age should be raised. Additionally while the age of enlistment for voluntary service should remain the same, the age an individual can be involuntarily drafted should be raised as well.

@8WK5SV9 from Oregon answered…1yr

No, and voters should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote and it should be raised

@8WG92P3 from Idaho answered…1yr

No, but stop taxes those unable to vote (people who are not yet registered to vote)

@8VTBF8J from Alabama answered…1yr

No. The way changes are going about in school, with introduction of widely controversial ideas, children need to be allowed to be children for as long as possible. We need to introduce civics in every grade, but not one sided political thinking hoping to flip elections with highly brainwashed sixteens year old's who only know what their teacher, media, and parents have told them. Not from what they learned and have processed through readings of multitudes of historical political writers.

@8V3KRG6 from North Carolina answered…1yr

@8V4334Y from Illinois answered…1yr

@8V4336F from Illinois answered…1yr

I say no because all the kids now a days only listen to the bad stuff social media says about people they never actually look into the facts, for instance, Donald Trump was accused of so much stuff he didn't do wrong, especially people calling him a racist and as soon as that got said on tiktok or some dumb app everyone hated him even though it wasn't true

@8V3PMR3 from New York answered…1yr

Voting eligibility should be decided through a test of the implacable knowledge of the government

@lucasnat0r from Illinois answered…1yr

If the results of the vote will affect you then you should be allowed to vote.

@7PV36BB from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@8T33XJK from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

get rid of the minimum wage and replace it with a "starting wage" that improves with how hard you work

  Deleted answered…2yrs

Yes, but voters still should be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote

  Deleted answered…2yrs

Yes, but voters still need to be required to pass a basic test demonstrating their understanding of politics in order to vote

@8SGXQ5C from Colorado answered…2yrs

@8SDR3QB from Minnesota answered…2yrs

No, the younger voters need to be able to mature and learn about both sides.

@IINXMP from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, but we should allow people above the age of 18 to run for public office.