Aug. 18 marked the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment being ratified, which changed elections forever.
The 19th Amendment prohibits the state and federal government from denying the right of citizens to vote based on sex -- meaning, women became eligible to vote after previous years of discrimination at the polls.
Since 1980, more women have voted in each presidential election than men, according to Statista.
So, how much of a gap has there been between women and men voters in each presidential election of the century?
Here’s a breakdown by year, according to Statista.