A hundred years ago when my mother was born, women did not yet have the right to vote.
I was born a mere 24 years after women gained the right to vote.
I’ve voted in every election since I was old enough. When I was out of town at college, I voted by absentee ballot.
Now, 98 years after women were granted the right to vote, we still do not have political and workplace power equal to men.
I hope to live long enough that women will not have to march in the streets to be heard.
I hope to live long enough to see the glass ceiling broken with the election of a female president.
This is our country and each one of us has not only the right but the responsibility to VOTE!