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103 Jan 21 - 1918 Members of the Board were invited by Mrs. Meredith to her home to meet Miss Greiner and arrange for a meeting at which Miss Alice Paul chairman of the Nat'l Woman's Party will confer with the Va. committee regarding an active campaign to win votes in the Senate (the Votes of Senators Martin & Swanson) for the Fed. Amend.

January 28 - 1918 - At a meeting of the state committee at which Mrs. Meredith presided, Miss Alice Paul pointed out the necessity of an active campaign in Va. if Senators Martin and Swanson are to be induced to vote for the Fed. Suf. Amend. Nine votes in the Senate are needed to make up the necessary two thirds majority Miss Paul reminded the committee that the favorable vote in the House, a great achievement, would be entirely lost if the Senate failed to pass the measure. She urged that letters and telegrams be sent to the President and the Va. Senators