Today in History: On November 1, 1872, Susan B. Anthony and her three sisters entered a barbershop in Rochester, New York to attempt to register to vote citing the Fourteenth Amendment as her constitutional protection to do so. After much debate, the election inspectors allowed the ladies to register. Fourteen Rochester women registered that day. Four days later, Anthony casted a ballot in the Presidential election of 1872 between Ulysses S. Grant and Horace Greeley. Anthony is said to have voted for Grant. She was arrested on November 18 and forced to pay an $100 fine.