Argued for universal manhood suffrage: voting rights for all white male adults, new states adopted constitutions that did not contain property qualifications for voting, a move designed to stimulate migration across their borders, vermont and kentucky. Granted the right to vote to all white men regardless of whether they owned property or paid taxes: ohio. Placed a minor taxpaying requirement on voters but otherwise allowed for expansive white male suffrage: alabama. Eliminated property qualifications for voting in its state constitution: indiana and illinois. Extended the right to vote to white men regardless of property: mississippi. Restricted voting to white male property holders, but in 1832 it eliminated this provision: connecticut (federalist power largely collapsed) Granted the right to vote to all white men who paid taxes or served in the militia: new york. Required that men of color must possess property over the value of : new jersey.