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Women by State & Territory: Arizona

While women in some western states were the first to gain full suffrage and electoral rights on equal terms with men, women in 40 states and territories across the nation served in public offices on local and state levels before 1920.
Learn more about campaigns in various states.

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Search Results: 19 matching records
Name Campaign Date
Mrs. Wacek Mrs. Wacek's Campaign for City Clerk, 1914 1914
Mrs. Runkel Mrs. Runkel's Campaign for City Clerk, 1914 1914
C. Louise Boehringer C. Louise Boehringer's Campaign for County Superintendent of Instruction, 1913 1913
Miss Edith M. Jacobs Edith M. Jacobs's Campaign for Recorder, 1918 1918
Ethel Greer Ethel Greer's Campaign for County Recorder, 1915 1915
Frances Willard Munds Frances Willard Munds's Campaign for State Secretary of State, 1918 1918
Frances Willard Munds Frances Willard Munds's Campaign for State Senate, 1914 1914
Mrs. J.H. Westover Mrs. J.H. Westover's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1918 1918
Nellie Trent Bush Nellie Trent Bush's Campaign for Justice of the Peace, 1918 1918
Nellie Trent Bush Nellie Trent Bush's Campaign for School Trustee, 1916 1916
Nellie Trent Bush Nellie Trent Bush's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1920 1920
Nellie Hayward Nellie Hayward's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1918 1918
Nellie Hayward Nellie Hayward's Campaign for State Secretary of State, 1920 1920
Rachel Berry Rachel Berry's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1915 1915
Mrs. Pauline O'Neill Pauline O'Neill's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1916 1916
Mrs. Pauline O'Neill Pauline O'Neill's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1918 1918
Rosa McKay Rosa McKay's Campaign for State Assembly, 1916 1916
Rosa McKay Rosa McKay's Campaign for State Assembly, 1918 1918
Theodora Marsh Theodora Marsh's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1916 1916