Though the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing a woman’s right to vote, was actually added to the Constitution until 1920, this week marks the 100th anniversary of the House of Representatives passing it.
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On this day in 1919, the US House approved the 19th amendment – giving women the right to vote. There was a notable regional pattern in the vote #19thAmendment #WomensVote100 pic.twitter.com/JVrl8DdFYE
— Matthew Isbell (@mcimaps) May 21, 2019