Wear your call to action with our exclusive Vote! face mask. This comfortable face covering is a reminder of this nation's long history of voting rights. Exercise your hard-won right, and Vote!
Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.
Face covering is washable and reusable, made of two layers of fabric with soft ear loops.
Pocketed design allows for insertion of additional filtration.
Timeline of Voting Rights in the United States
1776 - White male landowners 21 and older can vote
1868 - 14th Amendment - full citizenship & voting rights to all men born or naturalized in the US
1870 - 15th Amendment - eliminates racial barriersfor men, but individual voter discrimination persiststhrough the use of poll taxes, literacy tests and other means.
1920 - 19th Amendment - women granted the right to vote nationwide
1924 - Indian Citizenship Act grants Native Americans citizenship and voting rights
1964 - Civil Rights Act - all men and women 21 and older regardless of race, religion,or education have the right to vote
1971 - 26th Amendment - lowers the voting age to 18