AMENDMENT XXVI - The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.
THE AMENDED VERSION SHALL READ:
"The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of age."
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I invite any Citizen of any age to sign this petition.
Joseph K. LaBonte 63 years of age
How does the “Blessings of Liberty” and the “General Welfare” of our constitution support those who fought in our wars and now are homeless and hungry, mainly because of what war did to their minds?
We salute the flag of this country and pay more than a fair share in taxes, yet our money is spent foolishly by our leaders and the poor among us are not being taken care of properly.
Perhaps our younger generation will see the social injustice more clearly and have the courage to change what this generation seems powerless to take action on, by holding our elected officials accountable to the tenets of the constitution.
everyone’s vote must be accounted for honestly and not as the republicans are doing.
this is a wonderful country and i am proud to be an american.
it takes the people to change the establishment and policies. when in the course of human events……………..
a country cannot stand divided cause the elected officials want their share of “pork” and it truly hurts the homeless,veterans,senior citizens,unemployed while the rich get richer.the civil war ended years ago.
i grew up on beliefs of compassion, honesty,choices, right and wrong.
again, we the people………………….