voting age

  1. the age at which a person is old enough to vote in public elections
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How To Use voting age In A Sentence

  • Then, in 1971, the 26 amendment to the Constitution set the voting age at 18. So in loco parentis no longer really applied.
  • But amidst society's contempt and mockery, young people built a movement strong enough to make Congress realize the practicality of lowering the voting age.
  • He also announced that the voting age would be lowered from 21 to 18 years.
  • Although Hispanic Americans are the nation's largest minority group, many have not yet reached the voting age of 18.
  • The remaining eight constitutional amendment issues include adjusting the terms of Control Yuan members, lowering the voting age and revoking compulsory military service.
  • He claimed that most of the investors who voted against the bonus used proxy voting agencies. Times, Sunday Times
  • The voting age in India is 18. Girls can legally marry at 18 and boys at 21, although the law is often flouted, especially in rural areas.
  • So when I became of voting age, I went ahead and registered as a Democrat and the rest is history. Kathleen Wells, J.D.: Three Purple - Heart Recipient Jim Bryan Expects Victory As Florida Write - In Candidate
  • The group demanded that: "truly independent electoral body in appointment, operation and funding as well as credible voters 'register in which all Nigerians at voting age are registered, establishment of electoral offences Commission which will handle all the electoral impunities, and that all elections petitions be concluded before swearing in of victorious candidates," the group suggested. Thisday Online
  • Kyle Robson, 18, from Peatmoor, is more decisive and thinks the voting age is fine as it is.
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