Democracy Project/Open Source Constitution
Who has the Right to Vote? Article I, Section 2 states that, "...and the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature." According to Wikipedia: "The Constitution does not spell out qualifications for voters; rather, it provides that those qualified to vote in elections for the larger chamber of a state's legislature may vote in Congressional elections as well." Wikipedia
So maybe you already have the right to vote? Do we even need the Bill of Rights to be sure, or can we delete it and just rely on the Constitution? You help decide by editing any of the text below.
Full Text of The Open Source Constitution 
The Text Below is the Group Effort of An Internet-Age Community
Each year a person shall be randomly selected from all residents of the United States who have lived in the United States for at least 18 years to be The Chair and shall have all power over the United States, except when prohibited by The Board. The Board is an organization that prevents the modification of the constitution, and ensures that the constitution is followed.