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Women by State & Territory: Utah

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.
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Search Results: 165 women in 198 campaigns

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Name Campaign Date
Marinda Halliday Marinda Halliday's Campaign for County Superintendent of Schools, 1900 1900
Marinda Halliday Marinda Halliday's Campaign for County Superintendent of Schools, 1902 1902
Martha Campbell Martha Campbell's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1896 1896
Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon Martha Hughes Cannon's Campaign for State Senate, 1896 1896
Mamie A. Hvizdalek Mamie A. Hvizdalek's Campaign for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1920 1920
Mae Houston Mae Houston's Campaign for County Recorder, 1902 1902
Maggie Bartlett Maggie Bartlett's Campaign for County Recorder, 1904 1904
Maggie Layton Maggie Layton's Campaign for County Recorder, 1908 1908
Margaret A Caine Margaret A Caine's Campaign for County Auditor, 1896 1896
Margaret Zane Witcher Margaret Zane Witcher's Campaign for County Clerk, 1910 1910
Margaret Zane Witcher Margaret Zane Witcher's Campaign for County Clerk, 1908 1908
Margaret Zane Witcher Margaret Zane Witcher's Campaign for Presidential Elector, 1912 1912
Maria Thompson Maria Thompson's Campaign for City Treasurer, 1909 1909
Mary Harris Mary Harris's Campaign for County Recorder, 1902 1902
Mary Monahan Mary Monahan's Campaign for County Recorder, 1908 1908
Mary Hanson Mary Hanson's Campaign for County Recorder, 1913 1913
Mary Farley Mary Farley's Campaign for County Recorder, 1913 1913
Mary Monahan Mary Monahan's Campaign for County Recorder, 1902 1902
Marie M. Johnson Marie M. Johnson's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1902 1902
Mary Orser Mary Orser's Campaign for County Superintendent of Schools, 1904 1904