Voting Rights Quiz 3

Welcome to your Quiz 3

The 19th Amendment, enfranchising women to vote nationwide, was adopted in:

Native Americans receive U.S. citizenship and voting rights pursuant to the Indian Citizenship Act in:

For much of the nation’s history, states generally restricted voting to people age 21 and older.

In what year did Congress add new provisions to the Voting Rights Act to require jurisdictions with significant numbers of voters who have limited or no proficiency in English (i) to provide voting materials in other languages and (ii) to provide multilingual assistance at the polls.

In 1993, responding to historically low rates of voter registration, Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act.

In 2002, Congress passed the Help America Vote Act in 2002 with the goal of streamlining election procedures across the nation.

2016: After President Trump was elected despite losing the popular vote, he and his supporters made claims that large numbers of people voted illegally.

“If you are going to be a bastard, be a bastard in defense of democracy.”

— Mirriam Seddiq, criminal defense lawyer