Voting. Why is voting so important to our democratic society?. Why is voting so important to our democratic society?. What is SUFFRAGE?. Another word for suffrage?. Who determines whether you can vote or not?. What is an electorate?. How did we get to this giant electorate?.
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Why is voting so important to our democratic society?
Another word for suffrage?
A person must also be a legal resident of the State in which he or she votes.
In the past, this meant a person had to be a State resident for at least a year to vote in that State.
Due to federal law and a Supreme Court ruling, most States now set no time requirement for legal residency, or have cut it to 30 days.
Transients cannot vote in the State where they are living temporarily.
- Voters living outside their State, such as soldiers, can cast absentee ballots in their home State.
In almost all States, one must be registered in order to vote.
A prospective voter typically provides their age, name, place of birth, address, and length of residence to a registrar or county clerk, who keeps a record of all eligible voters.
Voter turnout varies from election to election, but presidential elections always draw more voters than off-year elections.