Should 16-year-olds be permitted to vote?

vote 16By Mark Remillard | KTAR

Sixteen is the new 18 for a group of nine Democratic State Representatives seeking to change the state’s legal voting age.

The group has introduced a resolution that would look to drop the Arizona’s voting age by two years.

“I wanted to change the voting age to 16 because really, they have jobs, they’re taxed, they can have adult criminal charges against them and they have a really huge stake in our political process,” said Stefanie Mach (D-10) who is one of the resolution’s prime sponsors.


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