You are entitled to the Ballot in all State and National Elections
WITHOUT TAX QUALIFICATIONS.
You May Vote in the
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You should not fail to Register . Yon owe it to the State.
You should not fail to Vote. . 7 You owe it to Yourself
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND THE BALLOT IS YOURS
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ist A woman must be 21 years of age oi; over
2nd A woman must have been a resident of the state one year and of the city or
town where she expects to vote at least three months prior to date of registration.
3rd A woman must go before the Board of Civil Authority and have her name placed
on the check-list unless she has already done so. Consult your town clerk in person or
by phone to ascertain the meeting dates of the Board of Civil Authority.
4th A woman must take the Freemancs oath, ' This you will do before the Board of
Civil Authority when you register as a voter.
Attorney-General Archibald has ruled that there are no restrictions on women voting in all the fall
elections in Vermont. '
Prove to YOUR STATE that you 'are interested ininterested fully as much as the men even
more than some men that you want the state to progress and take her rightful place among the leading
common wealth that you desire Vermont to go forward and to keep quick, sure pace with best of them.
Your Ballot is Needed to Accomplish This !
IN BURLINGTON, TOTRSBAY, SEPTEMBER 9
10:38 and 2:00 o'clock at the New Sherwood a state-wide convention of delegates and members of the
Vermont League of Women Voters will be held. All members of this organization and members of all
women's organizations are invited to be present and and assist in perfecting the full details of the new
League. The meeting will be addressed by MISS MAJORIE SHULER of New York, Associate
Editor of The Woman Citizen.
LILLIAN ML OLZENBAM,
C: Chairman Vermont League ot Women Voters
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