Voting-right Definition

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In corporate law, the right of a shareholder to cast a vote in the election of corporate officers and to vote at meetings to decide corporate policy or transactions.
Webster's New World Law
In constitutional law, the right to vote may not be denied to an individual based on race, sex, color, or previous condition of servitude. In addition, in federal elections it is not permissible to charge a poll tax.
Webster's New World Law

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