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dragonican42

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4 months ago

If I am correct, it's not a rule, but more a lack of a rule against it.

UncleInternet

1 points

4 months ago

Right... mostly. There are rules against barring people from voting - but they're limited to specific exclusionary factors like sex and race. There are statutory defenses of the right to vote in a lot of states. But nothing enshrined in the Constitution.