Washington state gave women the right to vote on November 8, 1910.

Washington suffragists campaign for suffrage in 1910.

Gaining the right to vote was tricky for Washington women.  While Washington was still a territory, its territorial legislature granted women the right to vote twice, only to have its suffrage laws struck down by the courts.  In 1910, enfranchisement finally stuck.

To learn when American women across the United States were enfranchised, before or after the Nineteenth Amendment, see When did women in your state get the right to vote?

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April Young Bennett

April Young Bennett is the author of the Ask a Suffragist book series, host of the Religious Feminism Podcast and a writer for the Exponent II. For more information about April, see aprilyoungb.com

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Washington state gave women the right to vote on November 8, 1910.