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States rights by voting?

I am not sure what you are asking. Voting rights are given in the constitution and the states have made laws to restrict some voting rights, but the federal government is suppose to protect voting rights.

Which topic has been the focus of four different amendments to the US Constitution?

voting rights

How many times has the Constitution been amended to extend voting rights?

The US Constitution has been amended 5 time to extend voting rights. The 15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th and 26th amendments were regarding voting rights.

Should you lower the voting age?

The only way to lower the voting age for federal elections is by passing an amendment to the constitution.

Three of the five most recent constitutional amendments have dealt with?

Three of the five most recent amendments (23rd, 24th, and 26th) to the Constitution deal with elections and voting rights.

What does the constitution say about the voting rights of aliens?

Nothing. The voting rights provisions of the Constitution (in the 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments) all expressly guarantee voting rights for "citizens of the United States." Noncitizens therefore have no voting rights under the Constitution.

Which of the following amendments to the Constitution does not address or guarantee voting rights?

Which of the following amendments to the Constitution does NOT address or guarantee voting rights?That would be the 7th Amendment.7th Amendment

The term 'suffrage' refers to the voting rights of .?

It means to right to vote in political elections. More often associated with the woman's movement to win voting rights

Who had voting rights in the 1930s?

Since rights mean the authority to do something, which must be protected and supported by the law, every US citizen had voting rights in the 1930's. SOme states did not evenhandedly enforce voting rights, but the citizens all had those rights.

Direct source of federal government authority?

Elections are the source of government authority. By voting, the public implicitly agrees to be governed by whoever wins the election.

How can we expand rights with the Constitution?

The constitution allows for the passage of laws or amendments. The Civil Rights act of 1964 is an example of expanding human rights. So, was the voting rights act in 1965.

What gave freedom citizenship and voting rights to African Americans?

The fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the US Constitution gave citizenship and voting rights to African-Americans.