Ruthelle Frank had all the qualifications to be a heroic plaintiff.
She was righteously aggrieved and did something about it.
She persisted, did not get discouraged by setbacks.
She found a great legal team.
She had patience, because she knew she was right.
This portrait by the ACLU (her great legal team) is both a portrait of a remarkable woman–a hero for every voter–and of a civil rights lawsuit.
Ruthelle Frank is a model for all righteous plaintiffs.