When was the law passed that blacks could not vote?

Answer There was never a law passed banning blacks to vote; they were never given the right to vote until the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment in 1870. The amendment stated that the "right of citiz... Read More »

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Can women vote in South Africa?

Women are allowed to vote in South Africa, though women of different ethnic classes were granted that right some 60 years apart. White women were given the vote in the 1930s, but black women were n... Read More »

Can women vote in Saudi Arabia?

According to the "Lebanon Daily Star," as of May 2010, women in Saudi Arabia do not have the right to vote. However, March 2010 saw the launching of a campaign that calls for women's participation ... Read More »

What date did women earn the right to vote?

Women earned the right to vote on August 26, 1920 when the U.S. passed the Nineteenth Amendment, according to CNN. However, it took over a year for it to pass--from its approval by Congress on June... Read More »

What year did white women get the right to vote?

White women in the U.S. were able to vote for the first time in 1920. The 19th Amendment was ratified to include women as full U.S. citizens with the right to participate in the voting process.Sour... Read More »