Adelina Otero-Warren

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American suffragist

Why Is Adelina Otero-Warren Influential?

According to Wikipedia, María Adelina Isabel Emilia "Nina" Otero-Warren was a woman's suffragist, educator, and politician in the United States. Otero-Warren created a legacy of civil service through her work in education, politics, and public health. She became one of New Mexico's first female government officials when she served as Santa Fe Superintendent of Instruction from 1917 to 1929. Otero-Warren was the first Latina to run for Congress. In 1922, she ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives as the Republican candidate for New Mexico.

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