What Year Did the Voting Age Change from 21 to 18 in California?

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The voting age changed from 21 to 18 in California in 1971. That is the year, the law changed in many states. This started on March 23rd in some states and passed in California on April 19th.
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The 26th Amendment to the Constitution (granting suffrage to all citizens age 18 and up) was ratified on July 1, 1971.
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In 1972, the result of Amendment XXVI to the U.S. Constitution lowered
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Because there was a lot of anger over the fact that 18 year olds were old enough to fight in Vietnam but not old enough to vote. Problem solved.
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Federal government enacted the Uniform Drinking Age Act in 1984, which changed the drinking age to 21!
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