The Ethics of Voting
It’s more than a privilege,
It’s a responsibility.
Americans do not have a Constitutional right to vote. However, we do have an implied right to vote as stated in the 15th, 19th and 26th Amendments that prohibit restrictions on voting based on race, gender and age.
But, there is something equally important to consider when it comes to voting, and self-governance, and that is the ethics involved with one’s privilege to have a voice in how his or her country is run.