The opportunity to choose your government by voting is the basic definition of a democracy. But for many years, women around the world were not allowed to vote. Find out what it took for women to gain this right in History of Women's Suffrage.
Think the United States was the first country to grant women the vote? Think again! And did you know that in some countries women still don't have the right to vote? Find out all the answers in When Did Women Vote?
Effie Hobby turned 107 in 2004. She remembers what it was like to vote in the first U.S. Presidential election open to women, and she's been voting ever since. Meet Effie.
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