No, Susan B. Anthony never got to vote. Upon her deathbed she held up her finger and said, “I have been striving for over sixty years for a little bit of justice no bigger than that, and yet I must die without obtaining it.” 3 It was another fourteen years before the 19th Amendment passed, granting all American women the right to vote. Fittingly, it was called the Susan B. Anthony Amendment. Her nephew Daniel Read Anthony II, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives, voted for that amendment. In addition, in 1923 he co-introduced the Equal Rights Amendment (authored by Alice Paul) with Senator Charles Curtis. That amendment has never passed, despite repeated efforts.