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Maud Younger and other National Woman’s Party lobbyists meticulously documented every detail of members’ “Suffrage Record in Congress,” along with other daily routines on small index cards. If a senator claimed his constituents did not support the amendment, Younger coordinated letter-writing campaigns in his home state. If a senator was known to arrive at his office at 7:30 a.m., Younger had a lobbyist waiting outside his office at 7:29.