From the ACLU reproduction of The #Constitution of the United States of America (pocket booklet)
Page 43: "Women won the right to vote only in August that year "
Women have always possessed the right to vote. Amendment 19 proves this fact:
The right of citizens to vote... shall not be violated or abridged... on account of sex.
Women always possessed the right. Amendment 19 expressly prohibits government from violating that right.
Page 45: among other issues, it states, "..expanding our privacy rights in the digital age."
Amendment 4 already covers the digital age when it states:
The 1785 definition for EFFECTS:
By definition, goods and movables include computer, phones, cars, etc./ anything you own that is not real estate.
There are several other points... but that is sufficient to question their qualifications.
If not, consider why the ACLU refuses to take a case that can prove that our government (city, county, state, federal) routinely suppress anywhere from 60% to 80% of all registered voters, non-consent votes at every election/polling.
I present this in light of this paragraph from Page 45:
I would think that making certain every registered voter's vote gets properly counted would accomplish that task. But it requires the ACLU to work outside their EASY-comfortable-zone.