For decades up to 1920, women and men fought, bled, were jailed and even died for what many now take for granted: Women’s right to vote.
SALUTE THE PAST.
ENGAGE IN THE MOMENT.
PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE.
Iowa played a leading role in earning women’s right to vote. Learn more about the commemoration of the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote, run for office and be heard.
Even 100 years later, voting rights and other basic human rights are still under pressure and cannot be taken for granted. Stand up and be counted with those who value equality and an equal voice and vote for all Americans.