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today many states require that all voters:

a. be citizens of the united states and residents of the state
b. meet specific literary requirements
c. be familiar with the candidates and issues before voting
d. be natural-born citizens of the united states

i think its a, because as long as you're a legal citizen, you'd be allowed to vote...

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