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Q: Voting age for women in 1920?
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In what year did women start voting?

1920 after the success of the women's suffrage

When did the women get voting right in India?


What date were women granted voting rights in the US?


What amendment was ratified in 1919?

It was 1920 for women's voting rights.

What happen for the firs time in the president election in 1920?

1920 was the first year that women were not barred from voting.

Which Amendment extended voting rights to women?

The 19th. In 1920, I believe.

What group of people kept from voting until the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920's?


When could women legally vote?

It depends on which country you want to know about. For instance New Zealand gave women the vote in 1893, Finland in 1906, the Netherlands and the Soviet Union in 1917, Great Britain in 1918, Germany in 1919 and the US via the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution in 1920. In four western states, women had the right to vote in local elections before the 19th century ended. Voting rights for all female citizens of voting age in all elections in the United States, federal and local, was provided by the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which was ratified in the summer of 1920. The Presidential election of November 1920 was therefore the first occasion on which women in all states were able to vote.

How many of the amendments have to do with voting?

the 14th amendment is voting based on race, the 26th amendment is the voting age is set to 18 years of age and the 19th amendment is women's suffrage. So, there are 3 amendments having to do with voting.

Was the right to vote for women before the civil war?

No, voting rights for women came in 1920, about 60 years after the Civil War (1861-1865).

Which organization was established to provide voting information and guidance for women?

The League of Women Voters was established in 1920 to provide voting information and guidance for women. It aims to educate and engage voters, advocate for equitable and accessible elections, and promote democracy.

What was the effect in the US of expanding voting rights?

When voting rights were extended to citizens who previously did not have voting rights, there was more pluralism in the US. When the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920, the votes granted to women expanded the numbers of people voting in the US.