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  • Idaho women won the right to vote in this day in 1896.
  • Montana and Nevada women won the right to vote on this day in 1914.
  • Election week also marks the anniversaries of voting rights for women in Colorado, Washington, Arizona, Kansas, Oregon, Michigan, Oklahoma, South Dakota and New York.

Honor the women and men who fought for your right to vote by voting on Tuesday.

Click here to tweet this: The ballot means bread, education, and so much more. #Vote #GoVote #Vote2018 https://askasuffragist.com/2018/11/03/the-ballot-means-bread-education-and-so-much-more-vote/  

Today we commemorate the anniversary of votes for women in Idaho, Montana and Nevada.

Click here to tweet this: #Idaho gave women the right to vote on Nov. 3, 1896. Use it. #Vote. #GoVote #Vote2018 https://askasuffragist.com/2018/10/26/idaho-gave-women-the-right-to-vote-on-november-3-1896/
Click here to tweet this: #Montana and #Nevada gave women the right to vote on Nov. 3, 1914. Use it. #Vote. #GoVote #Vote2018 https://askasuffragist.com/2018/10/22/montana-and-nevada-gave-women-the-right-to-vote-on-november-3-1914/

Other anniversaries coming up...

November 5: Arizona, Kansas & Oregon gave women the right to vote on this day in 1912.
Michigan, Oklahoma & South Dakota gave women the right to vote on this day in 1918.
Maine ratified the 19th Amendment on this day in 1919.
November 6: New York gave women the right to vote on this day in 1917.
November 7: Colorado gave women the right to vote on this day in 1893.
November 8: Washington state gave women the right to vote on this day in 1910.
November 9: Harriot Kezia Hunt was born on this day in 1805.

Social media shareables commemorating these events and more are available at askasuffragist.com.

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