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As a citizen of both the U.S. and the U.K., I believe it is important to be politically engaged in both of the countries that I call home.

Hold your mouse over the images to see how the League of Women Voters has helped educate and empower voters – past and present!

"I get to be part of an organization that helps millions of voters stand up for what they believe in every single year."

Reagon’s unique blend of activism and music led her to become of the "voice of freedom" during the civil rights movement.

The League believes that access to the vote is about equality, not politics. Fortunately, Leagues across the country are fighting discriminatory voter ID bills – and succeeding!

In honor of League of Women Voters’ Day on February 14 – and that lesser known holiday, Valentine’s Day – here are seven vintage suffrage Valentines to remind us of the importance of the vote, both in 1920 and today.

In honor of the League of Women Voters' 95th anniversary, here are 10 ways the League has helped strengthen our democracy and ensure equality over the past century.

Check out our Storify to catch up on the President’s speech and to see how our Bingo boards played out!

Your comments to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) underscore that you believe that Americans have a right to know who is funding our nation’s political campaigns.

In celebration of Carrie Chapman Catt’s birthday, here are 10 inspiring facts about her life and legacy.