The right of eligible individuals to vote in a publicly held election.
Proponents of voting rights believe that an ever-growing electorate accurately reflects the political will of the country. They also argue that restrictions like voter ID laws and absentee ballot limits act as targeted disenfranchisement.
Proponents of voting restrictions argue that certain voting laws are in place to protect American democracy from voter fraud and preserve the integrity of the election system.
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