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Use any three amendments to the Constitution to illustrate the changes in voting laws and regulations and the changes they have made in elections.
Throughout American history, there have been limitations and guidelines placed on voting. Even today gerrymandering remains a problem. The fifteenth amendment made it legal for African American men to vote. Before this "all men were created equal" was not quite true. Having more diversity and people to vote meant more voices were heard. The same occurred with the nineteenth amendment. Women were now allowed to legally vote. Previous to these two amendments only white males were permitted to vote which allowed for only people running on ideas helpful to them were being elected. Another amendment that gave a voice to those not heard was the twenty-fourth amendment. This did away with poll taxes. Putting a tax on the right to vote makes it difficult for those who are less fortunate to vote. If they can not afford to vote then someone running on the stance of affordable health care or higher taxes for the upper class will not receive as many votes.