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1st TX Legislator to Propose Enfranchisement of Women and Blacks

#OnThisDay in 1868, Titus H. Mundine was the 1st Texas legislator to propose the enfranchisement of women and African Americans. "Every person, without distinction of sex, who shall have arrived at the age of twenty-one years...shall be deemed a qualified elector." -- Titus H. Mundine Learn More: Titus – 1868-69 Constitutional Convention – Woman Suffrage –
Friday, July 8, 2022
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