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To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to a. register. b. be able to read and write. c. pay a poll tax. d. be a natural-born citizen.
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To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to register.

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___________ marks the end of a sentence. a. comma c. semi-colon b. period d. parenthesis
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Period marks the end of a sentence.
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a person’s ability to read or write that is no longer used to qualify someone to vote . User: To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to a. register. b. be able to read and write. c. pay a poll tax. d. be a natural-born citizen.
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Literacy is a person’s ability to read or write that is no longer used to qualify someone to vote.
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To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to REGISTER.
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This group of people is LEAST likely to be given voting rights. a. the elderly c. citizens b. residents d. transients
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This act created federal voting referees. a. the 1877 Civil Rights Act c. the 1960 Civil Rights Act b. the 1957 Civil Rights Act d. the 1964 Civil Rights Act
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The 1960 Civil Rights Act created federal voting referees.
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