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Officially legislation passed that allowed women to vote in the entire United States in 1920, but some states were already allowing us to vote. Please read: https://www.rd.com/culture/states-where-women-could-vote-before-1920/
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Dear Cynthia Rayburn,
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Voter lists and Registration Records are documents that may have what you are requesting. Depending on the state and years, there are many primary and secondary source websites that have searchable databases that have these lists and registration records digitized including http://familysearch.org/ and http://https//www.theancestorhunt.com/voter-lists.html. Additionally, local court houses or historical societies may retain records as well.
If you provide additional information about your relative, we would love to assist you in finding what you are looking for.
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