The amendment was offered as a removal of another obstacle to the right to vote: the poll tax.
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This amendment for the first time, effective with the 1964 election, gave District of Columbia residents the opportunity to vote for three presidential electors.
Following Franklin D. Roosevelt’s election to third and fourth terms, this amendment set a future limit at two terms.
Article II of the Constitution establishes the Executive branch of the federal government.
The Preamble to the Constitution outlines the purposes of the Constitution, and defines the powers of the new government as originating from the people of the United States.