Washington DC Voting Rights Amendment
- A proposed change to the U.S. Constitution intending to provide full congressional representation for the residents of the District of Columbia, equivalent to that of a state, which was never ratified and expired in 1985
- The Washington DC Voting Rights Amendment was an unfulfilled attempt at giving equal representation in Congress to the citizens of the District.
- Despite never being ratified, the Washington DC Voting Rights Amendment was a significant attempt to address representation issues for DC residents.
- The failure to ratify the Washington DC Voting Rights Amendment left the representation problem for the inhabitants of the District unresolved.