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Dec 18, 2022

[Answer] In which state was the first female mayor elected?

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...1. New York 2. Florida 3. Kansas 4. Wyoming

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Kansas - Susanna Salter became America’s first female mayor in 1887, not after a hard-won campaign but rather a mens’ political scheme that backfired. The 27-year-old Kansas woman was an outspoken member of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and the prohibition of alcohol. Earlier that year, women had won the right to vote in local elections in her town of Argonia, and so union members used their newfound political influence to assemble a roster of male prohibitionists to run for office. Anti-prohibitionist men (called “wets”) showed up to the caucus to intimidate and mock the women, who stood their ground. In retaliation, the wets devised their own ballets and put Salter up for mayor, thinking a woman candidate would be so absurd that it would sink the group's prohibitionist ambitions. But on Election Day, Salter received 60% of the vote and became mayor — and Salter’s husband proudly called himself the “husband of the mayor.”:

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