- On July 19 to 20 - 300 people attended The First Convention to Discuss the Civil and Political Rights of Women in Seneca Falls, New York
- Mary Jackman Colburn of Champlin, along with Sarah Burger Stearns of Rochester, form Minnesota's first two suffragist societies.
- The Minnesota Suffrage in School Affairs Amendment, also known as Amendment 2, authorized the Minnesota legislature to grant women suffrage in school affairs
- Susan B. Anthony proposed wording for a US Constitutional Amendment
- The Susan B. Anthony Amendment was first introduced to the US Congress
- The Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association (MWSA) was founded in Hastings by 14 women
- On October 13-14, the American Suffrage Association (AWSA) held its seventeenth annual national convention at First Redeemer Church, Minneapolis. More Info
- On January 25, the US Senate took the first vote on woman suffrage, where it was defeated 34 to 16, with 25 members absent
- On February 18, the National American Woman Suffrage Association is formed from a merger of National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA) and American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA) with the single goal of obtaining the right to vote for women
- Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association (MWSA) made it first annual attempt to remove the word "male" from the state's voting requirements - the Minnesota Senate passed the bill but the bill was never voted on by the Minnesota House (Mar 16, 1893 Star Tribune article)
- Equal Suffrage National Conference held at First Baptist Church in Minneapolis
- A Minnesota constitutional amendment granted women the right to vote for and serve on library boards
- Nellie Griswold Francis founds the Everywoman Suffrage Club for African American women in Minnesota.
- From May 30 to June 5, the National American Woman Suffrage Association held their Thirty Third Annual Convention at First Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- The Scandinavian Woman Suffrage Association was founded
- On April 9, Anoka suffragist Dr. Flora Aldrich spoke in favor of women's suffrage in the Minneapolis Tribune
- The Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association (MWSA) sponors a silent suffragist parade with 2000 participants in Minneapolis
- On May 2, Iowa minister Dr. Effie McCollum Jones, a field director for the National Woman Suffrage Association, spoke at Liberty Hall, Anoka but a Suffragist Society was not organized in Anoka due to poor attendance
- Grace Randali, one of the founders of Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association, visited Anoka to organize a Ratification Committee to advocate for the Nineteenth Amendment
- In March, the National Woman Suffrage Association created the League of Women Voters as an Auxiliary
- On March 20, Minnesota women were granted the right to vote for presidential electors.
- On September 8, Minnesota ratified the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution
- On October 29, Minnesota Women Suffrage Association reincorporated as League of Women Voters, Minnesota
- On February 14, the National League of Women Voters became an independent organization
- On April 21, National League of Women Voters chair, Mrs. Maud Wood Parker and State and District League officers visited Anoka to organize a League Chapter in Anoka
- On August 18, the Nineteenth Amendment became part of the US Constitution using the exact words proposed by Susan B. Anthony in 1875
- Anoka County League of Women Voters President, Mrs. Gus Peterson, quoted in the Anoka Union celebrating Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment and encouraging women to vote
- Anoka League of Women Voters conducted a one day political school for women voters at the Anoka County Fair
- On November 2, 1920, women vote in the presidential election with women composing 40% of voters in Minnesota
- Minnesota eliminated all gender qualification from jury service
- Minnie Hill Beatty, future Charter Member of the Anoka League of Women Voters, served as first woman election judge chair in her ward
- Columbia Heights League of Women Voters founded
- Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 grants Native American women and men citizenship and the right to vote
- Cecelia Keys, Charter Member of the Columbia Heights League of Women Voters, became a Member of the State Board of League of Women Voters
- On May 18, Mary Hensler Spurzen held a tea, attended by 25 women, to permanently re-establish League of Women Voters in Anoka
- League efforts resulted in city wide garbage collection for City of Anoka
- League successfully raised funds for the Anoka Library
- League established Future Voters Club at Anoka Junior and Senior High Schools
- League held candidate meetings for all elections
- League held forums for amendments to support revision of State Constitution
- League lobbied for permanent registration of voters in the Anoka area
- League observed United Nations Day by presenting a UN flag to Anoka High School
- League established a Charter Commission to review the Charter of the City of Anoka
- League member Zilla Way elected as the first female Anoka City Commissioner
- League member Susan Anderson began service on the Blaine Charter Commission
- Blaine League of Women Voters published City Candidate Questionnaire in Blaine Life
- Minnesota League of Women Voters 50th Anniversary
- Cecelia Keys, former Suffragette and Charter Member of the Columbia Heights League of Women Voters, interviewed for 50th Anniversary in Sun newspaper
- Blaine League of Women Voters studied the Rice Creek Watershed and published four articles in the Sun newspaper
- League sponsored "Ban the Can" recycling movement
- National League of Women Voters welcomed men to full membership and Fred Strobel became the first man to join League in Anoka County
- LWV Blaine member Margaret Langfeld became the first women elected to the Blaine City Council.
- The Council on the Economic Status of Women was created by the Minnesota Legislature
- Due to falling membership and lack of leadership. League of Women Voters Blaine disbanded and members merged with League of Woman Voters Anoka - Coon Rapids.
- League of Woman Voters Anoka - Coon Rapids changed name to League of Woman Voters Anoka - Blaine - Coon Rapids (LWV-ABC.
- LWV ABC member Margaret Langfeld and Natalie Haas Steffen became the first women elected to the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
- League recommended actions for a new correctional facility for women in Shakopee.
- League of Women Voters ABC and League of Women Voters Fridley created Booklets on Children's Issues
- Efforts by LWV ABC member Sandra Shanley resulted in passage of permanent absentee ballot legislation in Minnesota
- League of Women Voters and Anoka-Hennepin District 11 sponsor education conversation with University of Minnesota President Nils Hasselmo
- LWV ABC held a forum on judicial independence/legislation
- LWV ABC had a year long campaign to educate about hazardous household products.
- LWV ABC began a local study on the availability of home health care options for seniors and disabled in the Anoka County area
- LWV ABC helped obtain a volunteer coordinator position for Anoka County funded via the Minnesota Legacy Fund
- LWV ABC held a year long campaign to raise awareness and create pollinator friendly communities.
- LWV ABC co-sponsored Celebrating 100, a year long exhibit of the history of LWV ABC, at the Anoka County Historical Society. More Information on Exhibit and LWVABC Timeline Banner.
- LWV ABC member Erin Heers-McArdle elected to the Anoka-Hennepin School Board.
- LWV ABC hosts the A Century of Civic Engagement: League of Women Voters Minnesota Traveling Exhibit at the Northtown and Rum River Anoka County Libraries