Eliminate the discriminatory impediments for gender, race, and religion, stick with matrimonial property ownership, private employment with no 'public servant' duties, parttime, or otherwise deriving income from such employment, and we'd be close to go.
Afterall, now being slaves on our ancestors' land they fought for, what's to lose, but our chains? We say no corruption, but if so, KEEP IT LOCAL. Check your own state constitutions now! A complete list of state constitutions. For some self-serving reason South Carolina is not included, but you can find it here.
Refer to: How to Fight the Modern State - Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Since few men escaped paying taxes of some sort, suffrage (the right to vote) expanded in these states. Vermont's constitution went even further in 1777 when it became the first state to grant universal manhood suffrage (i.e., all adult males could vote). Some states also abolished religious tests for voting. It was in New Jersey that an apparently accidental phrase in the new state constitution permitted women to vote in substantial numbers for the first time in American history.
o'er prejudice and error;
No longer shall man tyrannize,
and rule the world in terror:
Now one and all, proclaim the fall
of Tyrants! - Open wide your throats,
And welcome in the peaceful scene,
of government in petticoats!!!
Source Constitutional Rights Foundation