1. Describe the provisions (parts) of the Voting Rights Act, that discuss the issue of ?pre-clearance.?
2. Compare and contrast the views of those who think the federal government should have the power of ?pre-clearance? and those who do not. Include at least three points of comparison.
3. Using evidence from any election in 2014 or later, argue whether or not you believe the federal government should have the power of ?pre-clearance? relating to election laws. Include at least three reasons and/or examples to make your point.
4. List at least two things you could do in order to engage in the political process in pursuit of your position in (3) above.
5. After reading ?What Voting Rights Look Like in 6 Countries Around the World? compare voting rights issues in the USA with any one of the 5 other countries mentioned in the article. Include at least one point of comparison.