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Q: Who was the Arkansas woman that was the first female elected to US senate?
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Who was the first lady elected to the senate and what year was she elected?

Hattie Wyatt Caraway of Arkansas won election to the US Senate in 1932.


Who was the Arkansas woman that was the first female elected to the US Senate?

Hattie Caraway ( 1878-1950), was the first US woman senator and represented Arkansas. She initially was an appointee to continue the term of her late husband in 1932 but was later elected and served through to 1945.


Who was the Arkansas woman that was the first female to the US Senate?

Hattie Wyatt Caraway


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Who was the first female US senator elected?

Hattie Caraway (D) Arkansas this is right believe it


Was Hattie Wyatt Caraway the first women elected to the U. S. Senate?

Yes she was. A Democrat from Arkansas, she was originally appointed to fill the seat held by her husband after he died. But then she ran for office, and won the election, making her the first woman to be elected to the Senate. She served from 1931 to 1945. Mrs. Caraway was also the first woman to preside over the Senate, the first to chair a Senate committee, and the first to preside over a Senate hearing.


Who was The first women elected to the US Senate?

the first woman to be a senator was Rebecca Latimer of Georgia from 1992-1945


Which state elected the first female senator?

The first woman elected to the senate was Hattie Wyatt Caroway of Arkansas. She was appointed to replace her husband, Senator Thaddeus Caroway, who died in office. She then ran for re-election in 1932, making her the first woman to be elected to office. The first woman to serve as a senator was Rebecca Latimer Felton of Georgia, who served for just 1 day in 1922 after her husband died in office.


Who was the first us senate that was a woman?

You are probably asking about a "senator"-- the senate is a branch of congress. The first woman senator was appointed for just one day in 1922-- Rebecca L. Felton of Georgia. But the first woman to be elected to the senate for an actual term was Hattie Caraway of Arkansas, in 1932.


Who was the only African American woman to serve in the US Senate?

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