Hello, I am protective_dusk, and I am here to debate on whether you are not aloud to vote, if you are not an American Citizen.
Reasons why it is fair:
Some reasons are fair, and here are some of them. If you legally live in America, but you are not an American Citizen, you can't vote. I sometimes think this is fair because if you work in America, you could work for a British company, and this means you could have lots of money, and you do not need to vote. Also, you might not even want to vote for any off the people who are running for president. They may not like them, or they just might not want to vote in the first place.
Reasons why it is not fair:
There are also reasons why it is not fair. I do not think it is fair because if you have lived in America for at least fourteen years, you are aloud to vote, but you might have lived there for over fourteen years, and still can not vote. This is not fair. In my opinion, you do not need to be an American Citizen to vote in America. You could be earning lots of money, and you are just loosing the money. You could be a good friend of the USA. I would find it really frustrating. All you need to do is just sign some sort of citiezen form. As long as you have lived there for at least fourteen years, I think you are an American Citizen.
After looking on both sides of the debate, I think it is not fair.
Thank you for reading my post! protective_dusk.