• Is it true there is not definition about voting for President in our Constitution?

    A friend just told me that nowhere in the our Constitution does it say that any American has any right, or even privilege to vote for President. He told me that as far as the President goes, the constitution only says that it is up to the States to determine how to select Electors for the Electoral College. Period. He said there is no requirement... show more
    A friend just told me that nowhere in the our Constitution does it say that any American has any right, or even privilege to vote for President. He told me that as far as the President goes, the constitution only says that it is up to the States to determine how to select Electors for the Electoral College. Period. He said there is no requirement whatsoever that the general public votes at all for president, it is just custom developed over time, and any state could theoretically change how its done in that state alone. Is this really true? It seems like even the experts on the TV news don't know this.
    6 answers · Elections · 6 years ago