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    1. WINNING THE RIGHT TO VOTETrace how voting, once the privilege of the elite, became the right of all citizens. Discuss the American journey to “one person, one vote,” or focus on how one or more specific group(s) of Americans won the vote.

    1. BARRIERS TO VOTINGSome States across the nation have passed laws that creates hurdles to the universal right to vote by restricting access to the ballot for some of their residents. Examples of such legislation are voter IDs, rollback of early voting, and elimination of same day registration. Should the Courts have a role in overseeing these laws?

  1. ELECTION DISTRICT BOUNDARIESStates traditionally control the redrawing of voting districts of their residents. Some States across the nation have passed laws that strengthen or weaken the principle of “one person, one vote.” Should the Courts have a role in overseeing these laws?

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