Lillian Ford Feickert (1877-1945)
Courtesy, Special Collections/University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries
After her years of leadership as president of the New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association (1912-1920), Lillian Feickert of Plainfield, helped to organize the New Jersey League of Women Voters and then became active in the Republican Party. She served as vice-chairman of the Republican State Committee from 1920 to 1925. In 1928, she ran unsuccessfully for the United States Senate as a prohibition candidate. The campaign flyer below, for Feickert’s 1928 Republican primary campaign, enumerates her myriad public activities.