Yesterday, the League of Women Voters joined with Rachel’s Action Network (RAN) to host a breakfast honoring the women of the U.S. Congress.
Social justice icon Eleanor Roosevelt was a formative leader of the League of Women Voters.
Who votes in primaries? And what happens next? Here’s a quick look at primaries to help answer your questions about this pivotal part of our voting system.
In the last two weeks, four anti-voter provisions became law in Ohio. Read our guest blog from the League of Women Voters of Ohio on these election changes and how they're keeping voters informed.
Deirdre Mcnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida, guest blogs on their advocacy work to get Florida to expand the Medicaid program through the Affordable Care Act.
How the League will be celebrating Women’s History Month, including honoring the great work women have done to strengthen our country and democracy.
I am currently a college sophomore interning at the League of Women Voters’ national office in Washington, D.C. Many people in the office were surprised to learn that this is not my first time working with the League.
It's crucial that online voter registration systems are accessible to citizens who don't have a driver's license or non-driver's ID.
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