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Women by Political Party: Independent

Women campaigned for public office endorsed or nominated by at least 16 different political parties.
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Search Results: 39 matching records
Name Campaign Date
Katharine Bement Davis Katharine Bement Davis's Campaign for State Constitutional Convention Delegate, 1914 1914
Alice M. Beckwith Alice M. Beckwith's Campaign for County Clerk, 1897 1897
Esther F. Boland Esther F. Boland's Campaign for School Board Member, 1893 1893
Laura J. Eisenhuth Laura J. Eisenhuth's Campaign for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1892 1892
Laura J. Eisenhuth Laura J. Eisenhuth's Campaign for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1894 1894
Mrs. Susan Wissler Mrs. Susan Wissler's Campaign for Mayor, 1913 1913
Adda Hamilton Adda Hamilton's Campaign for County Superintendent of Common Schools, 1884 1884
Anna Bates Potter Anna Bates Potter's Campaign for Mayor, 1893 1893
Anne Henrietta Martin Anne Henrietta Martin's Campaign for U.S. Senate, 1920 1920
Anne Henrietta Martin Anne Henrietta Martin's Campaign for U.S. Senate, 1918 1918
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Campaign for U.S. House of Representatives, 1866 1866
Emily Chick French Emily Chick French's Campaign for Trustee, 1894 1894
Emma Owen Town Emma Owen Town's Campaign for County Recorder, 1906 1906
Emma Owen Town Emma Owen Town's Campaign for County Recorder, 1908 1908
Emma Owen Town Emma Owen Town's Campaign for County Recorder, 1910 1910
Esther A. Brainerd Esther A. Brainerd's Campaign for Alderman, 1914 1914
Estelle Lawton Lindsey Estelle Lawton Lindsey's Campaign for City Council, 1915 1915
Mrs. Fanny Holsinger Fanny Holsinger's Campaign for Aldermen, 1894 1894
Mrs. Florence J. Wilson Florence J. Wilson's Campaign for Alderman, 1914 1914
Fannie M. Penn Fannie M. Penn's Campaign for State House of Representatives or Assembly, 1914 1914