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l RESOLVED: ”That we ask the Kentucky Legislature to give
.3 Presidential Suffrage to women.”
‘ L Motion was made that the foregoing resolution be adopted, which
- l was duly seconded, and carried. ' ‘
1‘ RESOLVED: “That we ask the Kentucky Legislature to give
, , Primary Suffrage to women.” » q
l ; Motion was made to adopt the foregoing resolution, and after dis- '
. cussion, Q
‘ Motion was made and duly seconded to “Table the foregoing Reso-
: lution," which was done.
. WHEREAS, overwhelming suffrage sentiment can only be created in
Kentucky by a vigorous campaign for full suffrage, and
WHEREAS, such a campaign requires thousands of dollars and
hundreds of trained, tireless workers, ,
. RESOLVED: “That the Kentucky Equal Rights Association ask
1 the National American Suffrage Association to extend to the Kentucky
l Association the full weight of its organization inbehalf of securing the
l enfranchisement of Kentucky women through a referendum to the voters."
- After discussion, Mrs. South moved that the following resolution be
7, adopted: , I
1 RESOLVED: “That the question of asking the Kentucky Legislature
to submit a State Suffrage Amendment to the Voters be referred to the
incoming Executive Board or Committee of the Kentucky Equal Rights
‘ Association to be taken up after the St. Louis Meeting, and the recom-
mendation of the Kentucky Board then sent to each local Suffrage
Association for action.”
‘ Upon motion duly made and seconded the foregoing resolution was "
adopted by a vote of 46 to l6. \
RESOLVED: “That we re—affirm our non—partisan attitude concern—
' ing political parties, but that this policy does not preclude the right of any 1
member of work against the election of any candidate who opposes
' woman suffrage."
Upon motion duly made and seconded the foregoing resolution was
adopted.
RESOLVED: “That whereas the extension of the franchise to
women will be a fact of the very near future,
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