This is really complicated for you, isn't it?
Lots of privileges are dressed up as "rights". But, when your "right" can be taken away from you for no apparent reason, was it really a "right"? I don't think so. A right is what you can take and keep. We have rules, checks and balances, and a system designed to ensure your "rights" are kept intact. But that same system can take them away from you when/if they want.
You show up to vote. You're told "No, you can't vote in this election." Can you force someone to accept your vote? No. You can go thru the legal system and demand answers. But, by the time that is completed, somebody is being sworn in. Maybe, if the vote denial is widespread, another election will be held. That's your "right" to vote at work.