Inaugural Firsts: 1st POTUS for whom American women exercised the right to vote?

Know for sure? If not, please take a guess. Click each POTUS’ name to see if you’re right. Get an idea why each name does/not correctly answer the question. Good luck! Enjoy!

Please pray for a safe Inauguration for our 45th POTUS on January 20th. Thank you! God bless U/SA!

Who was the first POTUS for whom American women had the Constitutional right to vote?
Warren G. Harding
Yes! The 19th Amendment, which went into effect in August 1920, gave women the right to vote for the 29th POTUS in the 1920 election.
James Garfield
If women’s suffrage legislation submitted in 1878 had passed, it is possible that women across America would have been granted to right to vote for the 20th POTUS. Instead they needed to wait forty years to vote for the POTUS inaugurated in 1920.
John F. Kennedy
Although the 35th POTUS was elected at a time when there was a focus on women’s rights, women had achieved the right to vote for the POTUS four decades earlier.
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