appear as Associate
consequently, several suffrageorganizations, including the Just Franchise
League of Talbot County, the Political Equality League of Baltimore County,
and the Just Government League of Maryland, had representatives on the
advisory and editorial boards of the New Voter , with La Motte
representing the Just Government League.
The purpose of the publication was articulated by Elizabeth
King Ellicott, a wealthy suffragist 50 who lent financial support to the cause, in the