Throughout her career in law and politics, Stow advocated for women"s suffrage, access to political office, and probate law reform. She and Clara South. Foltz nominated Belva Ann Lockwood for President of the United States, and Stow ultimately supported Lockwood on the National Equal Rights Party ticket as its vice presidential candidate in the 1884 United States presidential election. In 1892 she was a vice presidential candidate again, nominated by the "National Woman Suffragists" Nominating Convention" on September 21 at Willard"s hotel in Boonville, New York presided over by Anna M. Parker, President of the convention.
This time Victoria Woodhull was at the top of the ticket.
She was the editor of a publication, Women"s Herald of Industry. She created a fad diet known as "cold trucks.".