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Why was the 24th Amendment important to voters? a. It abolished poll taxes so every citizen who registered could vote. c. It created a new way to vote. b. It allowed anyone to vote. d. It
created an easier way to vote.
The 24th amendment was important to voters because: A. IT ABOLISHED POLL TAXES SO EVERY CITIZEN WHO REGISTERED COULD VOTE.
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User: Why was the 24th Amendment important to voters? a. It abolished poll taxes so every citizen who registered could vote. c. It created a new way to vote. b. It allowed anyone to vote. d. It created an easier way to vote.

Weegy: The 24th amendment was important to voters because: A. IT ABOLISHED POLL TAXES SO EVERY CITIZEN WHO REGISTERED COULD VOTE.
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User: How did the 12th Amendment change the electoral process? a. It allowed the President to choose a Vice President after the election. b. It combined the vote for President and Vice President in the electoral college. c. It established separate ballots for the President and Vice President in the electoral college. d. It established that the runner-up would become Vice President.



Weegy: The 12th Amendment change the electoral process by: c. It established separate ballots for the President and Vice President in the electoral college.
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User: The specific rights that are covered under the 14th Amendment’s Due Process Clause a. are listed in the Bill of Rights. b. are listed in each State’s constitution. c. have been eliminated one-by-one by the Supreme Court. d. have been spelled out case-by-case by the Supreme Court.



Weegy: The specific rights that are covered under the 14th Amendment’s Due Process Clause: d. have been spelled out case-by-case by the Supreme Court. [ ]
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User: The 10 amendments known as the Bill of Rights were originally intended as restrictions against a. the already existing States. b. any new States that would enter the Union. c. the new National Government. d. both the National Government and State governments.



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