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Wednesday, February 19

The Quad: Voting rights have expanded in the past 100 years, but barriers still exist

The United States has made strides in expanding the right to vote to more people, but there are still barriers to political participation for marginalized groups, including those with disabilities. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

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This year not only marks 100 years of UCLA but 100 years of women voting in the United States. With a presidential election around the corner, it’s important to look back on the strides made in suffrage in the United States, such as women earning the vote with the passage of the 19th amendment.









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