This means that Shelton was not living in Oregon during the last two campaigns for woman suffrage in 1910 and 1912. But we do have evidence that she was a suffrage supporter. In May, 1913, the National Magazine, published in Washington D.C., reported that she had participated in a march on the national capitol building to present a petition favoring woman suffrage to the U.S. Congress on April 8, 1913.
|"Affairs at Washington," National Magazine 38 (May 1913) 192-93.|
Here's how the New York Times reported the suffrage march in which Shelton participated:
|"Impressive March of Suffrage 531," New York Times, April 8, 1913, 7.|