Women over 30 got the right to vote in 1918, women got the same voting rights as men (over 21) in 1928.
In 1920, women received the right to vote with the 19th Amendment.
in 1918 women over 30 got the right to vote
1920 but i am not that sure
1918, I believe, the same year women over the age of 30 (?) were given the right to vote in the UK. In Germany the right to vote included all women.
1918 for women over 30 & then 1928 for all over 21 (parity with men)
1918 (women over 30) mostly because of the contribution of women in ww1 and the suffrage protests. In 1928 all women could vote women in Britain could vote after the age of 30 in 1918 (after ww1) by 1928, the age was lowered to 21 (equal to men)
1918 women over the age of 30 could now vote as long as they were property owners or married to one 1928 universal suffrage ... all men and women over the age of 21 could now VOTE
In UK it was in 1918 for women over 30. Equality began in 1928 (Age 21).
British Women over the age of 30 could vote.
1918 for women aged 30 & over 1928 for women over 21 (The same voting rights as men)
'The Representation of People act' became law in the UK as of February 1918, there for women over the age of 30 got to vote. Suffragette's saw this as a big step forward however it wasn't great for women under 30 as they would have to wait a while before being able to vote. Then in 1928 this got extended so that women had voting equality with men, meaning they had to be 21 or over.
Women over 30 years old who met minimum property qualifications had the right to vote in 1918. However women were not equil to men who could vote at age 21. Full electoral equality wouldn't occur until the 'Representation of the People Act 1929. Women had to be 30 and there was no property requirement. The voting age for women was reduced 21 in 1928.
in 1815 2% of men had the right to vote in 1830 Earl grey extended the vote to some men 3% now had the vote no women had the vote in by 1865 2/3 of men had the vote by the early 1900 hundreds all men had the vote some wealthy women had the vote the suffergets were campaining violently and without sucsesse for women to have the vote howevere this stopped for WW1 so the women could show them selves !"worthy of citizenship" after ww1 all women over 30 with property coluld vote then in 1928 all women were granted the vote!
Well, if you could've specified, what coutry it was, This might've been more helpful, in Britian, British Women At the Age 30 or over, had to vote in 1918. But In 1919, American Women And Dutch women, were in states that denied Women suffrage.
The suffragettes finally got the vote for women over the age of 30 in 1918. In 1928 this was extended to any women over the age of 21 (giving women the same voting rights as men)
The right to vote. 1911 - Women over the age of 30 and who had a certain level of income could vote. 1928 - Women gained the same voting rights as men. (In England that is).
The 1918 Representation of the People Act first granted women suffrage the right to vote. Most women over 30 could vote although there were a few limits. The act also removed restrictions on male suffrage allowed all men over the age of 21 to vote.The unequal requirements did not last long. The 1928 Representation of the People Act allowed all women over the age of 21 to vote, on the same terms as men. In the 1960s the voting age was lowered to 18.
In England it led to married women over 30 getting the vote.
Yes, as of 1980, all women 18 and over could vote in Iraq.
Women where first allowed to vote in the UK on February 6, due to the Representation of the People Act. However it only allowed women to vote if they where over 30 years of age and "occupied premises of a yearly value of not less than Â£5".It was not until 1928 that the voting age for women was lowered in line with men.the women won the right to vote in 1918.
everyone over 18 can vote, men and women.
Men were able to vote in the 1920s as long as they were older than 21. Women could vote if they were over 30, a law passed by the British Parliamant, the law was changed that women could vote at the age of 21 in 1928. African Americans could not vote until The Voting Rights Act of 1965.
They didn't the Suffragettes did after world war 1 they showed they could work and so they won the vote but only after threatening to go back to there old ways if they didn't get the vote. Yet only women over 30 could vote, until 1928, then women had equal voting rights with men.