They started letting women vote in 1857! I looked it up in the state book! This is absoulutely correct!
The territory of Wyoming was the first to grant women the right to vote in 1869, prior to the 19th Amendment. It became a state in 1890.
Wyoming became the first region in the United States to grant women the right to vote in 1869. This made Wyoming a pioneering example in the fight for women's suffrage.
False. The twelfth amendment changed the method of electing the vice president of the United States by having the members of the electoral college vote separately for president and vice president instead of having the second place finisher in the presidential voting become president. Women began gradually gaining the right to vote in the late nineteenth century. Wyoming was the first state to give women the suffrage. By 1920 most states permitted women to vote in at least some elections. in that year the 19th amendment was ratified which gave women the right to vote in all elections.
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Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote. Thus the state motto is "The Equality State"
Women in Wyoming gained the right to vote on December 10, 1869, when Wyoming's Territorial Legislature approved a revolutionary measure stating: "That every woman of the age of twenty-one years, residing in this Territory, may at every election to be holden under the law thereof, cast her vote."
In 1869, Wyoming's Territorial Legislature gave women the right to vote.
In 1869 Wyoming's territorial legislature granted women the right to vote.
It was more of an individual state, which was Wyoming.
There were many reasons with no one specific explanation for women getting the right to vote in Wyoming and other western states. Wyoming and other western states needed more people. By giving women the right to vote, Wyoming hoped to attract women from the eastern states. Granting women the right to vote also brought publicity to Wyoming. Politics was also a part. African American men were also being given the right to vote at the same time and there were concerns about counteracting their votes. Plus, people in Wyoming believed that women should be given the right to vote and that voting is a basic right of citizenship.
In 1869 Wyoming's territorial legislature granted women the right to vote. When Wyoming became a state in 1890, the state constitution gave women the right to vote.
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Wyoming was the state to allow women to vote in1869.