For the first time in American history, a woman will grace paper currency. After decades of staring at old white guys when we buy stuff (aherm, by 'buy stuff' we mean 'running 51% of the economy'), we never thought we'd see the day! But the question remains: who will it be?
The U.S. Treasury will choose a figure by the end of the year, and they're seeking public opinion. Already there are several standouts, namely Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Rosa Parks -- all awesome options that made it to our list, too.
Check out our top picks for the bill and vote for your favorite candidate! Don't see her? Write her into the comments!
There are only two criteria: she has to fit into the theme of "democracy" in America, and she has to be deceased. Sorry, fellow champions of Bey and Maya Rudolph!