Asked in Politics and Government
What was the first state to give women the right to vote?
Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming New Zealand was the first to give women the right to vote. Finland was the first to also give them the right to stand as candidate. ...
Why was Wyoming the first state to give women the right to vote?
To be considered for statehood there had to be a certain number of voters in the state. They did not have enough men in the state to met the minimum so they allowed women the right to vote to become a state in the united states. ...
Asked in Relationships, Teen Dating, Friendship
How do you tell a guy friend that you're in love with him?
First you have to have the surroundings right. Then you have to gently tell him, like give him a scenario, and see how he reacts to it. Then slowly tell him. Not all guys react to " news " like females do ! ...
Asked in James A. Garfield
Why did James Garfield not give a state of the union address?
Garfield died in September of his first year in office. He did not have time to give his first state of the union speech. ...
How long dose it take a rabbit to have babies?
females are pregnant for about 28 days (gestation) and give birth to 3-8 young in a nest built underground or under thick grass and lined with grass and fur. Females will mate again right after their young are born. From March to early fall females will have 2-4 litters. Only 1 in 5 bunnies survive their first year ...
Asked in Dolphins and Porpoises
Are dolphins usexually?
If you are asking are dolphins unsexual, or unisex. No, there are female and male dolphins. Males compete for the right to breed with females, and females carry the young until they give birth. The females are responsible for feeding the young and raising them until they reach maturity. The females will join together in groups to help with babysitting duties while they feed. ...
Asked in Vehicle Titles, Wyoming, Nicknames
How did Wyoming get its nickname?
Wyoming's official nickname is "The Equality State". The nickname was chosen because Wyoming was the first US state to give women the right to vote and hold public office. The nickname for Wyoming is The Equality State (the state motto is also Equal Rights). Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote in 1869 (more precisely, women were granted the right to vote so there would be enough voting citizens to meet the population requirement for statehood). This...