The 27th Amendment has a peculiar history. It was ratified in 1993 but was written over 200 years earlier by James Madison in 1789.
Section One of the Twenty Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution states that the legal age to vote for United States citizens is eighteen years of age or older.
What Is the Twenty Fourth Amendment? Section One of the 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution, ratified on January 23, 1964, asserts that United States citizens have the right to participate in voting in any primary or other election for President or Vice President. For Representatives of Congress, Senators, electors for President or Vice […]
Section One of the Twenty-Third Amendment gives people who live in the District of Ohio the right to vote in Presidential elections.
Section one of the Twenty-First Amendment of the United States Constitution states that the Constitution’s 18th Amendment is repealed.
The 19th Amendment granted the right to vote to American women. The struggle for women’s suffrage had been long and hard, dating back to before the Civil War.