For American women, Clinton could end a very long wait

Singer Katy Perry (L) and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton cheer during a GOTV concert in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaEstelle Liebow Schultz, who is 98, was born before her fellow countrywomen had the right to vote. Hillary Clinton hopes to become that woman on Tuesday, breaking the ultimate glass ceiling after having become, at the Democratic nominating convention in July, the first female candidate for a major party. Schultz was born in June 1918, two years before American women gained the vote with the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

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