The voting rights movement needs all our talents, be they organizing, legislating, public speaking – or even meme-making.
Over the past year, LWV has joined countless nonprofits in spreading knowledge and civic tools through the wildly popular video app, TikTok. We’ve compiled a few favorites below.
On Our Way to Protect Voting Rights
This Tik Tok speaks for itself. We're here to empower voters and defend democracy, no matter how tough the journey becomes. Will you join us?
So You Want Federal Voting Rights Reform?
It's easier than you think to make a difference! In just a few clicks, you can send a letter to your representatives asking them to defend the freedom to vote, promote equality for the sexes, implement common-sense gun laws, and more.
Questions We Get About the Voting Rights Act
In 2021, LWV introduced our first executive team! Meet the women who're guiding our work ~everywhere you look~.
VOTE411 Voter Guides
The Latest from the League
One way we’ve loved connecting with the people is through “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) posts on Reddit. These discussions are opportunities to cast aside DC vernacular and get right down to what really matters to people across the US: voting, making a difference in our daily lives, and West Wing (hey, we're still politics nerds).
The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act will restore the Voting Rights Act and strengthen the freedom to vote.
VOTE411, the League of Women Voters’ one-stop-shop for nonpartisan election information, this week was announced as a Webby Awards Nominee.