Women Then and Now: Jeannette Rankin and Rebecca Kleefisch

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In this first installment of the Women Then and Now Suffrage Centennial Series, Rebecca Kleefisch, former lieutenant governor of Wisconsin, highlights the trailblazing Montana Republican Jeannette Rankin, who earned the distinction of becoming the first woman to hold federal office when she was elected to Congress in 1916.

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