Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Rep. Barbara Lee  | 00:35 pm
Rep. Tom Cole  | 11:22 am
A century after the 19th Amendment was ratified, Black & Brown women continue to face barriers to vote, including voter registration, early voting access, and strict voter ID requirements. We must demand equality & dismantle systemic racism.
#OnThisDay 100 years ago, the 19th Amendment was officially ratified & thus became permanently enshrined in the U.S. Constitution! One of our nation’s greatest achievements, this milestone moment forever guaranteed women an equal voice by voting.
Sen. Richard J. Durbin  | 00:29 pm
Sen. James Lankford  | 11:18 am
The 19th Amendment was ratified 100 yrs ago today, giving women the right to vote. As we celebrate this historic day & the brave suffragettes who serve as an inspiration to so many, we cannot forget that it did not end the struggle for voting rightsespecially for women of color.
100 years ago, our nation expanded our democracy & made a great stride in becoming the more perfect union our Founding Fathers envisioned w/ ratifying the 19th Amendment. May we remember the brave women like Susan B. Anthony who challenged our nation to live up to its promises
Rep. David Price  | 00:03 pm
Sen. Mike Lee  | 11:11 am
Today marks 100 years since the 19th amendment was ratified, ensuring the right to vote for some, but not all, women. It took decades of organizing for communities of color to gain access to the ballot box. The fight for equal voting access for ALL continues. #WomensVote100
Utah was an early leader in the womens suffrage movement. 50 years before the 19th amendment, Utah guaranteed women the right to vote. This was made possible by remarkable women like Martha Hughes Cannon, who was the first female state senator in the US
Rep. Jim Langevin  | 00:03 pm
Rep. William Timmons  | 11:09 am
On this day 100 years ago, the womens suffrage movement won an important victory w/ ratification of the 19th Amendment. The road was long & the fight isnt over. Lets honor the work of those who came before us by continuing efforts to ensure full equality & access to the ballot
100 years ago today, the 19th Amendment was ratified. As we commemorate the centennial of this important milestone in our nations history, we also celebrate the many contributions that women have made to our country and pay tribute to the countless women who fought for equality.

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