old enough to vote

old enough to vote

1. Old enough to vote in political elections. I'm so excited to finally be old enough to vote—the presidential election can't come soon enough!
2. Mature enough to understand difficult or complex issues. Your son is old enough to vote, so it's time he learns about your past.
See also: enough, old, vote
References in classic literature ?
Pat" Callahan--"Growler" Pat, as he had been known before he ascended the bench--had begun life as a butcher boy and a bruiser of local reputation; he had gone into politics almost as soon as he had learned to talk, and had held two offices at once before he was old enough to vote.
So my message to you today is when you become old enough to vote make sure that you use that hard won right and keep using it to make sure the politicians hear what you have to say.
Christopher Webb So why do the same politicians think the same kids are old enough to vote at 16 but can't make a decision on their own body until they are 18?
If you added these two groups together they make up over 60% of the total electorate, all of whose interests are supposed to be represented by Parliament, not to mention those not old enough to vote yet.
Perhaps some of the young people who were not old enough to vote in the referendum will have been hit with political lightning at the sight of these pro-European gatherings.
Stats problem: Before the election, we quoted the Interior Ministry as saying it had printed 200 million ballots even though only 56 million Iranians were old enough to vote.
All I can say is if you are old enough to vote, then start acting like it.
Hasnain, who had his picture taken with Corbyn, said he would definitely back Labour's leader ifwas old enough to vote.
SINCE I was old enough to vote it has always been Labour.
The population of Texans old enough to vote is 19,307,355.
I've been a republican since I was old enough to vote but I want to work with monarchists and others to make sure we get the maximum breadth of a movement to be a self-governing independent country.
This is hardly the politics of the progressive party I have supported since I was old enough to vote.
I was not old enough to vote in the 1980s but I remember very well what Thatcher did to this country and have lived through the disgraces that Cameron, Osborne and Co have perpetrated while in power.
Both 15, the two will not be old enough to vote in next month's referendum, but that didn't stop them voicing their opinions on national radio.
Those who look like they are old enough to vote were approached and offered voter registration cards along with P200-bills, Ojeda said, citing reports.