enfranchise


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Synonyms for enfranchise

give the vote

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  • give the vote
  • give voting rights
  • grant suffrage
  • grant the franchise
  • grant voting rights

Synonyms for enfranchise

grant freedom to

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grant voting rights

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Like the accusation that scholars turn to Shakespeare to enfranchise their pets, this charge of "critical violence" goes unsubstantiated.
Efforts were made to enfranchise internally displaced voters who often had no identification papers.
A group of conservative lawmakers from both ruling and opposition parties on Saturday voiced their opposition to proposed legislation to enfranchise permanent foreign residents for local elections.
in Louisiana) identifies the emergence of mass nationalist politics during the last years of the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm II as a critical force that literally managed to enfranchise itself at the expense of state and elite power.
But then, if you enfranchise everyone in the world to make money out of horses losing races, you can't expect the policing of the sport to be good enough.
Foreign Minister Luis Ernesto Derbez assured the commitment of the federal government to support this historic effort to enfranchise Mexicans abroad and noted that his Foreign Service officers will be trained to comply with the procedural requirements established by the federal legislature.
have each introduced measures that would enfranchise D.
During the takeover battles of the 1980's, abuses like greenmail and poison pills even led Congress to consider legislation to enfranchise shareholders.
I would hope that we would find a way to enfranchise them [to] show them that we want them to be part of our family" In a reference committee meeting, Dr.
It gives states the ability to opt out of federal standards and fails to enfranchise the millions of people who are routinely blocked from voting.
Some among us participated in the civil rights movement, as well as the efforts to enfranchise young adults, and we have shared memories of that time with the young voters of the twenty-first century.
To enfranchise northern blacks, and in an unsuccessful effort to prevent the future disfranchisement of southern blacks, Radical Republicans forced the 15th Amendment through Congress in 1869.
She saw that only a government measure could enfranchise women and only through the (male) electorate could the government be pressurised.
In order to restore it and reverse what many feared was the eclipse of a distinctly Southern way of life, legislators would have to enfranchise enough white women to render the black vote ineffectual.
Both would have approved the motor voter bill passed last week, whose aim is to enfranchise and empower the poor.