The Cache Valley Woman Suffrage Association was organized on December 10, 1889. It was an affiliate of the Utah Woman Suffrage Association and the National Woman Suffrage Association.
On April 18, 1895, Cache County’s delegates to the state constitutional convention presented eight petitions in favor of including an equal suffrage clause in Utah’s proposed constitution. Both women and men had signed the petitions.
After Utah women regained voting rights with statehood, the leading women of Logan threw a “grand celebration” for the “advent of Franchise”. A large suffrage meeting and banquet, followed by a ball with the Harris Orchestra, took place on January 17, 1896.