Tests for voting violates a person’s right to vote. During the Jim Crow laws, African Americans were subject to voting tests. For years, a lot of African Americans weren't able to vote because of the tests. If tests were allowed again, what type of people would be excluded? It wouldn't be right if people were denied their rights because of their level of intelligence, race, or gender.
The tests would not discriminate against people because of their identity. The tests would make sure that people who know how important voting is would be allowed to vote. When people want to get a job, sometimes employers can test them to see if they're good for the job.
[P1] Jim Crow laws had tests. [P2] Tests would reduce civilian rights. [P3] Tests should not be implemented.
Rejecting the premises
[Rejecting P2] The country’s political health is more important than a civilian’s rights. In fact, it’s a civilian’s duty to make sure the country runs smoothly.