VOTING RIGHTS ACTS OF 1965

"ANYONE IS OBLIGATED TO VOTE FOR WHOM THEY WANT".

Protecting the VOTE

The voting rights is the law that prohibits discrimination in voting. it was signed into law by president Lyndon B. Johnson during the heights of the civil rights movement, and congress later amended the Act five times to expand its protections.

The Act allowed for a mass enfranchisement of racial minorities throughout the country especially in the south.

VOTING BENEFITS THE SOCIETY

voting is important to our society in order for people to vote for whom they want to be the president of our country.