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Ola Babcock Miller

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Ola Babcock Miller
Ola Babcock Miller

Eunice Viola "Ola" Babcock Miller (March 1, 1871 – January 25, 1937) was an American politician and the first female Iowa Secretary of State.

Born in Washington County, Iowa, Miller and her family moved to Washington, Iowa. She went to Iowa Wesleyan College. She taught in rural schools and then married Alex Miller. Their daughter Ophelia (died in 1988) married George Gallup who started the Gallup Poll. Miller was elected Iowa Secretary of State in 1932 as a Democrat. While secretary of state in 1935, Miller started the Iowa Highway Safety Patrol. Miller died of pneumonia in Des Moines, Iowa.[1][2]

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