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Another collectible, left, the 2020 USPS issue honoring a hundred years of US women voting in federal elections.
While I like the classic designs on commemorative stamps of the 1930s through the early 60s, this is a pleasing design too.
Remember, whether you are a woman or not, get yourself out to vote this year. And in the years that follow. Every election is important. Women struggled long and hard to win the recognition of full citizenship. Let’s not throw that effort to the winds.
About catholicsensibilityTodd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.