Looking back at history in Wyoming, the first state to let women vote
Did you know in the past 50 years, more women have cast their vote than men?
Wyoming is one state that really understands the importance of the female vote. It was the first state to give women the right to vote.
Annie Taylor traveled to Laramie, Wyoming to learn more about this time in history and about Louisa Ann Swain, who became the first woman ever to vote in a general election.