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When this short notice was seen on page one of THE STARS & STRIPES during the Spring of 1918, the political momentum was clearly on the side of the Prohibition advocates and the voters of many states had elected to go dry long before the Congress had decided to amend the Constitution. The 1918 election in New York between Wets and Drys was a close one and the eyes of the nation were watching. The headline read:

"PROHIBITION RACE NOW NECK AND NECK: TWENTY NEW YORK CITIES DRY AND NINETEEN WET..."

The deciding and unknown factor was the women of New York, who were permitted to vote in municipal elections.

     


The 1918 New York Elections (The Stars and Stripes, 1918)

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