Author Topic: Illinois law now allows many 17-year-olds to cast ballots in March primaries  (Read 273 times)

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Offline jmyrlefuller

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Offline happyg

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This administration is grabbing votes wherever they can get them. It looks like there are not enough dead people voting this go round because they need to do a lot more cheating to win.

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Call me a troglodyte if you wish, but I don't believe anyone should be allowed to vote until they have reached the age of 21.

The only exception I'm willing to make is for active military personnel, or those who have served and been honorably discharged therefrom.

My opinion and I ain't changin' it!

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Call me a troglodyte if you wish, but I don't believe anyone should be allowed to vote until they have reached the age of 21.

The only exception I'm willing to make is for active military personnel, or those who have served and been honorably discharged therefrom.

My opinion and I ain't changin' it!

I agree with you. When I was young, the voting age was 21. Even then, I don't think I was ready to make wise choices.


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