The website I link to above is the work Legalman – America’s most trustworthy lawyer. He is simply a very intelligent and totally frustrated real lawyer. He has his (albeit nigh unbelievable) facts nailed down tight. In fact I could go even further – voting is not even mentioned in the U.S. Constitution:
Note that in all of this, though, the Constitution never explicitly ensures the right to vote, as it does the right to speech, for example. It does require that Representatives be chosen and Senators be elected by “the People,” and who comprises “the People” has been expanded by the aforementioned amendments several times. Aside from these requirements, though, the qualifications for voters are left to the states. And as long as the qualifications do not conflict with anything in the Constitution, that right can be withheld. For example, in Texas, persons declared mentally incompetent and felons currently in prison or on probation are denied the right to vote. It is interesting to note that though the 26th Amendment requires that 18-year-olds must be able to vote, states can allow persons younger than 18 to vote, if they chose to.
Read the articles and then check the data. The very concept of “law,” especially in regard to voting, is largely a shallow scam. You don’t have to read over-the-top conheresy theories about “capitalizing your name” to discover that history is choc full of rotten skeletons, and “the law” is a jungle of deception.
(And no, I have not been hacked. Please read the articles carefully!)