Constitution grants states the power to set voting regulations
The Naturalization Act of 1790 allows white men born outside of the US to become citizens
Abolition of property qualifications for white men.
1792 - 1856
Free black males lose the right to vote in many northern states
1792 - 1838
Citizenship is guaranteed to all persons born in the US by the 14th Amendment
Non white men and freed male slaves are guaranteed the right to vote by the 15th amendment
Direct election of senators was established by the 17th Amendment
Women are guaranteed the right to vote in all US states because of the 19th Amendment
All native Americans are granted the right to vote regardless of tribal affiliation.
Residents of Washington D.C. are granted the right to vote in president elections by the 23rd Amendment