The 1778 Constitution of South Carolina stated that people who were of Protestant religion could sit in the chapel.
The Delaware Constitution of 1776 stated that people who had faith in God could enter the office.
John Adams replied to his wife through a letter which was about the masculine system.
John Adams was writing a letter to James Sullivan, explaining why changing the requirements to vote would be so controversial. He wrote this shortly after the American Revolution and before the signing of the US Constitution. He stated that it women, and poor men would soon want the right to vote and believed that the qualifications to vote should not be changed. This is important to voting because it established who could vote and who could not. Also it gave some groups access to power that others did not have.
After 1807, no state allows women to vote.
The slave states insist that only male could have authority to vote, meanwhile they needed to statistic the population of blacks when figuring up how many members of house of Representatives is entitled to.
The Constitutional Convention needed to be decided by each country separately.
Most constitution states that only male could have rights to vote especially for the males who were very rich.
If people would like to have the rights to vote, they needed to reach the standard of the property.
Only "free white" immigrants can become naturalized citizens.
Indians cannot vote because they cannot be citizens of the United States.
The 24th Amendment bans poll taxes in federal elections.