By Erica Heartquist
With all the election talk, did you know Monday marks an important anniversary in Oregon?
One hundred years ago on November 5, 1912 Oregon became the seventh state in the union to give women the right to vote.
Since then, Oregon voters have elected female governor, Barbara Roberts.
Oregon women have served as judges. They've gone to the United States House and the United States Senate. They havebeen elected mayor. Oregon women have climbed Mount Everest and they have orbited the earth.