Some articles on women, vote, women vote, votes:
... On April 6, 1891, Ellen Martin led a group of women to the voting place at the general store ... She demanded that the three male election judges allow the women to vote ... for support, and the other fell backwards into a barrel of flour! They did not want to let the women vote, so a county judge was asked to decide ...
... The bill, which passed with 35 votes for and 23 against, allowed women to vote for the first time and run in parliamentary and local elections ... killed a measure that would have allowed women to participate in city council elections for the first time ... The new law which would give Kuwaiti women the right to vote was initially by the National Assembly on April 19, but in accordance with the Kuwaiti constitution it faced a ...
... In November 1868, in Boston at the largest women's rights convention held to that date in the U.S ... established for the sole purpose of gaining suffrage for women ... and Elizabeth Cady Stanton an organization made up primarily of women ...
6, 1891, Ellen Martin led a group of women to the voting place at the general store ... She demanded that the three male election judges allow the women to vote ... into a barrel of flour! They did not want to let the women vote, so a county judge was asked to decide ...
Famous quotes containing the words vote and/or women:
“When Abraham Lincoln penned the immortal emancipation proclamation he did not stop to inquire whether every man and every woman in Southern slavery did or did not want to be free. Whether women do or do not wish to vote does not affect the question of their right to do so.”
—Mary E. Haggart, U.S. suffragist. As quoted in History of Woman Suffrage, vol. 4, ch. 3, by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper (1902)
“The rich earth, of its own self made rich,
Fertile of its own leaves and days and wars,
Of its brown wheat rapturous in the wind,
The nature of its women in the air,
The stern voices of its necessitous men,
This chorus as of those that wanted to live.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)