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Originally posted by FurthestStar
I'm 17 and I sure as hell would not vote for someone who is only 18.
Let alone 17.
Originally posted by neo96
dude i dont trust a 17 year old or 18 old with my car
you think i am gonna let some kid run the country
i think not
wow letting the product of the liberal education process run this country id rather take a revolver loaded with 1 bullet and put it to my head.
the same effect.
"The brain of an 18-year-old college freshman is still far from resembling the brain of someone in their mid-twenties,"
In the United States a person must be at least 35 to be President or Vice President, 30 to be a Senator, or 25 to be a Representative, as specified in the U.S. Constitution. Most states in the U.S. also have age requirements for the offices of Governor, State Senator, and State Representative. Some states have a minimum age requirement to hold any elected office (usually 21 or 18). Most states will not allow ballot access to people who do not meet the age requirement of the office they are running for.