Over a century, only 45 women have been governors, and FL still isn’t on the list. Maybe 2022?

In all of the nation’s history, only a few dozen women have assumed the governor’s office in their states. Florida has not been one of those states, although women have been able to vote since the 1920s.

More than a dozen other states have yet to elect a woman as a top executive officer. However, some states have had multiple women serve as governors over the years.

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