League President, Elisabeth MacNamara, sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging them to oppose repeal of the presidential public financing system.

The League and coalition groups sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging them to oppose repeal of presidential public financing.  Repeal legislation would eliminate a system which has given average citizens and small donors a critically important role to play in funding our presidential campaigns.

Below is a list of letters to the editor published in newspapers across the country on the DISCLOSE Act, leading up to the election in November of 2010.  The list is alphabetical by state and then League.  For those newspapers that require a subscription a link was not included.

Arizona
Sun City West Independent - LWV Northwest Mircopa County

Delaware
Wilmington News Journal and Delware State News - LWV Delaware

League Lobbies for Vital Campaign Finance Legislation in Maine

"Activists Push Maine Senators to Support DISCLOSE Act" Maine Public Broadcasting Network, September 22, 2010.

"Collins, Snowe Face Pressure at Home on DISCLOSE Act"  Washington Independent, September 22, 2010.

League Lobbies for Vital Campaign Finance Legislation in Maine

"Activists Push Maine Senators to Support DISCLOSE Act" Maine Public Broadcasting Network, September 22, 2010.

"Collins, Snowe Face Pressure at Home on DISCLOSE Act"  Washington Independent, September 22, 2010.

A Revolution from the Court?

by Mary G. Wilson, President, League of Women Voters of the United States

(The League filed an amicus brief in the case Citizens United v. FEC in association with the Constitutional Accountability Center)

The League filed an amicus brief in the case Citizens United v. FEC in association with the Constitutional Accountability Center.

Voting Rights Reauthorization and the League of Women Voters

January 25, 2005

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