Theodora Nathan was the first woman to receive an Electoral College
vote in a Presidential election.
"In 1972, Roger MacBride from Virginia voted for the Libertarian Party
ticket of John Hospers and Toni Nathan. This makes Toni Nathan the
first woman to receive an electoral vote..."
University of Hawaii: Lifetime Electoral College Votes
"By 1972, MacBride was a Republican elector from Virginia. He used his
office to vote for the nominees of the new Libertarian party, John
Hospers and Toni Nathan (Trivia note: this also made Nathan first
woman ever to receive an electoral college vote)."
Avagara: Tales of the Unfaithful Electors
"By the 1972 presidential election, the party had grown to over 80
members and had attained ballot access in two states. Their
presidential ticket, John Hospers and Theodora Nathan, earned fewer
than 3,000 votes, but received the first and only electoral college
vote for a Libertarian ticket, from Roger MacBride of Virginia, who
was pledged to Richard Nixon. His was the first vote ever cast for a
woman in the United States Electoral College. MacBride became the
party's presidential nominee in the 1976 presidential election."
Dictionary-Labor Law Talk
"first female OR woman" receive electoral college vote presidential election
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