And men. Sorry to digress but this is a pet thing of mine. Women got the vote for the first time in 1918 and at the same time, and now almost forgotten, the property owning restrictions on men voting were largely lifted which gave men universal suffrage, or something close to it, for the first time.
I doubt many of my male ancestors had a vote before 1918.
Universal suffrage in local elections in Northern Ireland only came in in 1973 with the abolition of the householder qualification. This restriction was one of the reasons for "the troubles"
Women in France got the vote in 1944
Women in Switzerland got the vote between 1971 and 1990