Women are flocking to the grave of suffragette Susan B. Anthony today

Women are remembering Susan B. Anthony on Election Day.
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Throngs of women are visiting the Rochester, New York, grave of suffragette Susan B. Anthony today to commemorate the first election in which Americans have the opportunity to choose a female president. Anthony's modest tombstone is plastered with "I voted" stickers, and the cemetery will stay open late Tuesday evening so more voters can stop by.

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