- In Switzerland, local residents have a say in a person’s passport application.
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- Nancy Holten has campaigned publicly against the use of cowbells and other Swiss traditions
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A woman has been denied a second application for a Swiss passport after local residents took offence to her rejection of traditions and her “annoying” campaigning. Nancy Holten, 42, who was born in the Netherlands, moved to Switzerland when she was eight. She is fluent in Swiss German and her children have Swiss citizenship.
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- Thursday night was Mrs. Clinton’s moment, and one for all women.
- White, along with purple and gold, were the official colors of the National Woman’s Party and the suffragist movement.
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- According to a history of the National Woman’s Party from the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument in Washington, an early mission statement for the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage noted : “The colors adopted by the union are purple, white and gold, selected for the significance they bear in the work the union has undertaken.
- Geraldine Ferraro, the first female candidate for vice president did when she wore white to the 1984 Democratic convention to accept her nomination.
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