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Twenty-fourth Amendment
Proposed on August 27, 1962.  Ratified on January 23, 1964.

Sect. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.

Sect. 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

Order of State Ratification

 

Illinois Nov 14, 1962 New Jersey Dec 3, 1962
Oregon Jan 25, 1963 Montana Jan 28, 1963
West Virginia Feb 1, 1963 New York Feb 4, 1963
Maryland Feb 6, 1963 California Feb 7, 1963
Alaska Feb 11, 1963 Rhode Island Feb 14, 1963
Indiana Feb 19, 1963 Utah Feb 20, 1963
Michigan Feb 20, 1963 Colorado Feb 21, 1963
Ohio Feb 27, 1963 Minnesota Feb 27, 1963
New Mexico Mar 5, 1963 Hawaii Mar 6, 1963
North Dakota Mar 7, 1963 Idaho Mar 8, 1963
Washington Mar 14, 1963 Vermont Mar 15, 1963
Nevada Mar 19, 1963 Connecticut Mar 20, 1963
Tennessee Mar 21, 1963 Pennsylvania Mar 25, 1963
Wisconsin Mar 26, 1963 Kansas Mar 28, 1963
Massachusetts Mar 28, 1963 Nebraska Apr 4, 1963
Florida Apr 18, 1963 Iowa Apr 24, 1963
Delaware May 1, 1963 Missouri May 13, 1963
New Hampshire Jun 12, 1963 Kentucky Jun 27, 1963
Maine Jan 16, 1964 South Dakota Jan 23, 1964
Virginia Feb 25, 1977 North Carolina May 3, 1989
Denotes last state required for ratification.

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Poll Tax
Analysis of the 24th Amendment