The Twenty-Third Amendment allowed citizens in the nation’s capital to vote for president.

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Students will be able to...

  • Explain what led to the passage and ratification of the Twenty-Third Amendment.
  • Discuss how the voting rights of the citizens of the District of Columbia ought to be protected.

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