Voters Travel Near and Far to Pay Homage to Feminist Icon on Election Day

Voters Travel Near and Far to Pay Homage to Feminist Icon on Election DayOne hundred and forty-four years ago, a woman named Susan B. Anthony was arrested for voting in a presidential election. Today, millions of women will cast their vote for Hillary Clinton — the first female presidential nominee for a major political party. Anthony’s home city of Rochester, New York, is honoring her role in the movement for women’s right to vote.

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