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aug 26, 1920 - Leser v. Garnett - Women's right to vote

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Two Maryland women registered to vote a few months after the 19th Amendment passed. Oscar Leser, a judge, sued to have their names removed from the voting rolls, on the grounds that the Maryland constitution said only men could vote, and that Maryland had not ratified the new amendment to the federal constitution and in fact, Leser argued, the new amendment wasn't even part of the constitution at all

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Samantha Creech 3B

Date:

aug 26, 1920
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~ 98 years ago

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