I am currently living in the USA, and my voting age is 18. This debate is mainly about what age you would like to be able to vote at, and why.
I would like my voting age to be 16. If you are able to drive a car at 16, why not be able to pick a president? You have the potential to kill people with a car, but yet we have the ability to vote at 18. Casting a ballot isn't nearly as deadly as possibly killing multiple numbers of people with a car. I know it's not as simple as casting a ballot, but only on rare occasions does the popular vote matter when electing a president. Normally it's only the electoral college votes. So as I said before, killing people is much worse.
At 16, most people know the difference between right and wrong. Most people at the age of 16 have been through elementary school, middle school, and almost all of high school. They obviously know how to make decisions, so why shouldn't they vote?
Some may argue that the president is the leader of the country and that your vote matters more than a car or deaths. But as I said before, on rare occasions does the popular vote matter.
You can all talk now