Meet the women who've waited 96 years or more to vote for a female president

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It wasn’t even 100 years ago that American women didn’t have the right to vote.

Today, tens of millions of Americans will vote for the first female nominee from a major political party, Hillary Clinton.

Amongst those proudly casting their ballots for Hillary are many women born before the Aug. 18, 1920 ratification of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing their right to vote.

The website iwaited96years.com profiles many of these joyful women from across the country. It features their photos, stories, and hopeful words about Clinton becoming America’s first female president. Read more…

More about Election Day 2016, Feminism, Powerful, Voting, and Hillary Clinton
Source: Mashable

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