DSC_0173 The Troops- “Let us never forget those who bravely gave their life blood or paid the ultimate price so we can have our freedom and the right to vote.”


Exercise your right to vote as a way to honor sacrifices of veterans and military families


Veterans: It’s Because of You We Have the Freedom to Vote


Veterans, not politicians, ‘give us the right to vote,’ observers at Amherst Veterans Day ceremonies told

It turns out The Troops were in no hurry to enable all adults to act on their right to vote.

US Military operations conducted in the 1940s, 50s & 60s didn’t get the job done.

It wasn’t until July of 1971 that 18 year old adults could take delivery on one of the freedoms we hear so much about.

If veterans fought for our right to vote- how come women were not allowed to vote at the end of WWI?


The Children-

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50 years of federal voting rights?

Why the need for a 1965 Voting Rights Act if WWII military operations somehow secured voting rights?

Every vote is equal?

Were the students taught about superdelegates?

How about the caucus system?



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