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March 21, 2012 12:00 AM

League carries on valuable tradition of encouraging, informing voters

A few years ago, at an event for arts and heritage, I ran into a friend of mine active in the Washington Women’s History Consortium and preparing for the Suffrage Centennial. As I listened to her plans for celebrating voting rights for women, it occurred to me that it was time I joined the legacy organization of our former suffragettes, the League of Women Voters.

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