Women put 'I voted' stickers on Susan B. Anthony's grave
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Women began placing "I voted" stickers on the grave of women's suffragist Susan B. Anthony on Tuesday, 146 years after she made history by illegally casting her ballot in a presidential election.

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Anthony died in 1906, 14 years before women gained the constitutional right to vote.

Nearly a century and a half after Anthony illegally voted, women are visiting her grave in Rochester, N.Y., to place their voting stickers at her grave.

Women made a similar pilgrimage to Anthony's gravesite at Rochester's Mount Hope Cemetery in 2016, when Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPaul Ryan defends Navy admiral after Trump's criticism Retired Army General: Trump is ‘acting like an 8th grader’ in attacking ex-Navy SEAL who led bin Laden operation Questions grow about FBI vetting of Christopher Steele’s Russia expertise MORE was the first female major party presidential candidate.