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In the years since Woodhull’s trailblazing campaign, dozens of other women have made bids for the presidency. Despite not being able to vote for herself, suffragette Belva Ann Lockwood garnered 4,149 votes in 1884. Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith later won 227,007 votes in the 1964 Republican primary, but fell short of the getting the nomination. Eight years later, Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm was the first woman—and the first African American—to seek the Democratic nomination. Lenora Fulani became the first woman to get on the ballot in all 50 states when she ran as a third party candidate in 1988, and Hillary Clinton later achieved the best ever showing by a woman in a primary in 2008. To date, the most successful female candidate in the general election is the Green Party’s Jill Stein, who netted over 450,000 votes in 2012.

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Should a woman be President?"

Answer: The question of whether a woman should lead a nation as President, Prime Minister, or any high governmental office is one that is not easily answered biblically.


Most American women didn’t win the right to vote until the ratification of the 19th amendment in 1920, but the first female candidate for president came nearly 50 years earlier. In 1872, Ohio native Victoria Woodhull made history when she ran as the Equal Rights Party candidate against incumbent President Ulysses S. Grant. Her platform included such progressive reforms as an eight-hour workday, women’s suffrage and an end to the death penalty, and she rounded out the groundbreaking ticket by selecting abolitionist Frederick Douglass as her running mate (though apparently without his permission). Woodhull was something of a pioneer even before she launched her bid to shatter the political glass ceiling. She’d spoken before Congress regarding equal voting rights, and had opened the first woman-owned brokerage firm on Wall Street. Woodhull failed to score any electoral votes on Election Day, and there’s no record of how she fared in the popular vote. Even if she had won, she would have been barred from taking up residence in the White House—though not because of her gender. The Constitution requires that presidents be at least 35 years old upon their inauguration. Woodhull would have been just 34.


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If we apply the biblical principles of leadership in the home and the church to governments, we go beyond what the Bible says and may be taking liberties with Scripture that God did not intend.

Some point to women in the Bible such as and to support the idea of a woman President.

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Having said that, we can still apply certain scriptural principles to help us determine whether to vote for a woman for President or any other high governmental office.

In considering the issue of a woman President, we note that women in the Bible occasionally held strong positions: some good, some bad.

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Even those who are most vehemently against a woman President would be hard pressed to justify voting for an ungodly man who has a favorable position toward abortion, for example, over a godly Christian woman with a strong pro-life stance.

I (the writer of this article) am a woman who has found joy in my femininity.

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Therefore, if a woman were to be elected President, I would respect her office and obey her direction.

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