Voting around the world

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Voting rights by category

Country Sex Religion Wealth, tax class, social class Intelligence Race Employment Criminality Nationality
The Volkspartei allows all citizens of Caldera to vote, but voting rights are not enshrined in law. Until 2003, only citizens of Gothic descent could vote for Prime Leader.
Since 1853
Citizenship and thusly sufferage was offered to all residents of Burgundie and its possessions by the 1853 constitution. Citizenship is available to anyone who completes the federal service requirement, the 12 Labors of Heracles, and is retained by voting in the majority of elections each decade. Non-native residents are eligible for the federal service but the most prestigious way to gain Burgoignesc citizenship for non-natives is to serve in the Burgoignesc Foreign Legion.
 Caphiria Partial Partial
Since 1833
 Cartadania Partial Partial
The federal government, by way of the constitution, grants all citizens of Cartadania the right to vote. Exceptions to this include convicted criminals who are currently detained or imprisoned and residents of Cartadania who have not met the requirements for citizenship or resided in the nation for 24 consecutive months (excluding students, who have different requirements). Because a person born in Cartadania retains their citizenship indefinitely (except when renounced), most citizens 17 years or older who reside outside Cartadania are eligible to vote absentee for federal office candidates in primary and general elections. In addition, some states allow overseas citizens to vote for state and local office candidates and referendums.
Since 1795 Duōma Reconciliation Party members only. Since 1795
Voting has been afforded to all citizens since elections began taking place in 1795. From 1923 to 1994 were only eligible to vote if they were a member of the Duama Socialist Party. This requirement continued after the collapse of the Duama Sovereign Socialist Republics, but instead citizens were required to be members of the Duōma Reconciliation Party, the new single party of the newly formed People's Republic of Duōmachāha.
 Eldmora-Regulus Partial
 Faneria Partial Partial Partial
Since 1910 Male Landed Suffrage Since 1834; Full Suffrage since 1910 Felons and expats not included
Citizenship and its associated voting rights are applied for, rather than granted at birth or through naturalization in Faneria. Voting requires a repeating administrative and registration fee, excepting public servants and military personnel/veterans. Additionally, foreign nationals, foreign residents, and expats are not extended the franchise.
Universal adult suffrage has been in place since 1925, at the end of the Civil War; prior to that suffrage was limited to men over the age of 25 who met qualifications including a property bar.
 Kiravia Partial
Married women only Many state and local elections are limited to landowners Since 1550 Since 1670 Since 2013
Voting rights in Kiravia are generally restricted to literate male citizens aged 21 or over and their wives, provided that they too are literate citizens aged 21 or over. Participation in many municipal elections and referenda (especially regarding matters such as municipal incorporations and annexations) are limited to otherwise eligible voters who own real estate within the bounds of the municipality or affected area.
 Tierrador Partial Partial
The Woqalate Charter grants all Tierradorian citizens over the age of 18 the right to vote, with exceptions for criminals who have committed a Type I Felony.
 Vithinja Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial
Since Syndicalization 1971
Vithinja is technically does not have voting and does not consider itself a democracy. They do decide political representatives in councils called "Ting"'s. Voting is one of many methods that are practiced within these "Ting"'s to determine the representative for their group.
 Puertego Partial
Since 1997
Puertego has had suffrage for non-criminals citizens since the victory of the Puertegan White Flag Communist party since their victory in the Puertegan Civil War, citizens are allowed to vote for any party they wish though during elections their votes are recorded as ballots aren't secret and people who voted for parties besides the WFC are often placed at the bottom of lists to receive housing, medical care, and electricity. Citizens working for the government are forced to vote for the WFC or they'll risk losing their jobs.

Voting age

Nation Voting age Details
 Burgundie N/A Citizenship, thus sufferage, typically attained between the 18th and 20th year. Initially set forth in the 1853 constitution, most recently reaffirmed in the Standardized Commonwealth Service and Citizenship Attainment Device of 2005.
 Caphiria 16 Since 1833.
 Cartadania 17 (16 for emancipated minors) Since 1630
 Duōmachāha 18 Since 1795
 Eldmora-Regulus 17 Since 2015
 Faneria 17 Since 1910.
 Hendalarsk 16 Since 2001.
 Kiravia 21 Since the founding of the Confederate Republics of Kiravia in 20718.
 Tierrador 18 Since 1951
 Urcea 21 The voting age was standardized between local and federal elections in 2013.
 Vithinja 19 (Median, Determined by Unions) Since the Syndicalization of Vithinja
 Puertego 18 Voting age has been set as the age of majority since 1997