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Women received the right to vote in 1920. In February 2019, the Commemoration Committee for the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment Committee was formed. The co-chairs were Nell Reardon and Deb Kitko. Soon after the committee formed, it became apparent that much research would be necessary to create a list of those local individuals who were involved in some way with the Women's Suffrage Movement. This page is devoted to those individuals who may have been involved with the Women's Suffrage.

Republican

  • Mrs. William Annat
    • First chairman of the Wayne County Republican organization
  • Mrs. Elmer S. Landes, Republican
  • Mr. Elmer S. Landes, county Chairman
  • Mrs. Rufus Bucher, Republican


Democratic

  • Mrs. John C. McClaran
    • First chairman of the Wayne County Democratic organization
  • Mrs. Florence VanNest Snavely
  • M. M. VanNest, county Chairman
  • Mrs. Charles Fahr
  • Miss Jean Darr
  • Mrs. L. C. Wagoner
  • Rev. Jennie Metsker
  • Mrs. L. R. Critchfield
  • Mrs. M. S. Miller
  • Mrs. H U. Mowery
  • Mrs. C. B. Slosnagle


Unknown Political Affiliation

  • Miss Alfa Armstrong, Fredericksburg
    • First woman to hold county office in Wayne County, Ohio (Elected for the office of Clerk of Courts)
  • Miss Mary Annat
  • Mrs. R. C. Paul
  • Mrs. G. M. Lemmon, Wooster
  • Mrs. Cooper Davis
  • Lucile Grosjean
  • Anna Walter
  • Miss Conrow
  • Miss Welty

References