Did you know women in Oklahoma secured their right to vote two years before the passing of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution?
On Nov. 5, 1918 the voters of Oklahoma ratified an amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution granting women in the state the right to vote.
Bartlesville Womens' Network will be joining with many organizations across the state to celebrate this historic centennial.
Centennial Banners celebrating Woman Suffrage in Oklahoma are now up in public high schools and libraries to inspire voters in Bartlesville, Dewey, Claremore, Cleveland, Wynona, Pawhuska, Hominey, Barnsdall, Fairfax, Copan, Ok Union, Nowata, Ogallala, and Shidler.
Read more about the centennial here: NewsOK