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Susan Simpson
President, League of Women Voters of Wyoming

Wyoming Women's Suffrage Day

Joint Resolution of the Wyoming Legislature

Governor Mark Gordon is surrounded by women members of the 65th Wyoming Legislature as he signs the resolution. Photo by Kelley Pelissier

With members of the Wyoming League of Women Voters in attendance Feb. 13, Gov. Mark Gordon signed the first piece of legislation of the 2019 legislative session, Senate Joint Resolution No. SJ003, Wyoming Women's Suffrage Day.

The resolution, sponsored by all 13 women in the 65th Legislature and two male legislators, designated Wyoming Women's Suffrage Day, December 10, 2019, to honor the 150th anniversary of Wyoming acknowledging and affirming women's inherent right to vote and to hold office.
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Wyoming Legislature 2019

See our Legislative Reports on the Elections and Government page.

Elections 2018: Voter Guide and Forums

See the Voter Guide and videos of our candidate forums at the Elections and Government page.

Making Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters of Wyoming honors those who support and foster good government. See our award winners on the Making Democracy Work page.

Commemorating the first Government to Grant the Vote to Women

We will commemorating the 150th anniversaries of the female suffrage and the first vote by a woman in 2019 and 2020. The League of Women Voters of Wyoming is a member of the Governor's Council for the Wyoming Women's Suffrage Celebration. See our website at wyowomensvote150.wyominglwv.org.

Positions

Although the League of Women Voters does not support candidates or parties, we take positions on issues after we study them. See positions relating to voting and good government on the Elections and Government page, and other positions on the Issues page.