This Day in History: 1893-12-04

Governor Waite declares Women’s Suffrage the Law in Colorado.  The law was passed by Colorado (male) voters on November 7, 1893 but one provision of the law was that it would not be considered passed until the votes for the election that year were certified and the Governor Declared the Laws passed. Eliza Pickrell Routt became the first woman in Colorado to be registered to vote.