COLUMBIA — On Nov. 2, we return to the polls to vote for candidates for representing the party of our choice in the August primary along with a number of judges, amendments and propositions that we may vote on. In the debate over voting as a right or a privilege, Roger Clegg, president and general counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, stated it best: "Voting is a right, but it is also a privilege. Not everyone in the United States may vote. As a general matter, only those who have reached a certain age, are mentally competent, and are American citizens, are allowed to vote."
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