There are four amendments to the U.S. Constitution that deal specifically with the privilege of voting. These are the 15th, 19th, 24th and 26th. The first section of each of these reads: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged … ” It is therefore obvious that the privilege of being an elector (voter) is reserved for citizens of the U.S.
Beer drinking at 17 — that's the final low bar set by the Democrats in their judgment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Set that charge next to any in the hall of fame of mature heroes from the Democratic Party: Joseph Biden's 1988 plagiarism of the British Labor Party politician Neil Kinnock's speech, the 1991 finding by Boston University of Martin Luther King Jr.'s plagiarized dissertation, Richard Blumenthal's lie about having served in Vietnam, Bill Clinton's longtime randy conduct, and to end this dismal list of Democrat hypocrites for now, Ted Kennedy's drunken swim sprint away from a drowning woman.