Resources on the Women’s Suffrage Movement and Absentee Voting

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In August 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving women the right to vote. This August marks the centennial celebration of this amendment. We’re grateful for the crusaders of the women’s suffrage movement and the rights we have today. See below for resources on history and absentee voting!

To learn more about the Women’s Suffrage Movement, please see the resources below:


Below are some resources on absentee and early voting. Please feel free to share this wealth of knowledge within your sphere of influence—the period to begin absentee and early voting is just around the corner!