Women’s Suffrage Day

We’ve come a long way since September 19, 1993 1893 when Governor Glasgow signed the Electoral Bill  giving women the right to vote.

                                                 

4 Responses to Women’s Suffrage Day

  1. Paul says:

    “since September 19, 1993”
    Should that be 1893 ???

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  2. homepaddock says:

    Paul – I must proof read more carefully, I must proof read more carefully . . . .

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  3. Red Rosa says:

    Legislation passed by Seddon’s Liberal government. And opposed, one would imagine, by Bill Massey and other Conservatives of the time.

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  4. Red Rosa says:

    http://thehandmirror.blogspot.com/2009/09/pay-equi-tea-today.html

    As is pay equity today, by the National Party.

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