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In addition to all the successes of our election this year, we have a very special success to celebrate: we have a woman ready to take her rightful place in the White House. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is prepared to be the first woman to ascend to one of the highest offices in our country. It has been a long time coming, America. 

This case involves the question of whether the President can exclude undocumented immigrants from the state-population totals from the 2020 Census that are used for apportionment. 

The Electoral College has been a part of our democratic process since the start, but what does it really do and what can we expect this year? Here is what you should know.

On November 4, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the next pivotal LGBTQ rights case. 

Alexa and VOTE411 have teamed up to add more voting logistics information to Alexa!

Native Americans, the first people to inhabit the area now known as the United States, have tragically been disenfranchised for much of the nation’s history.

It's important to understand why the ERA is necessary and look to states that have already passed such amendments in their own constitutions for guidance on this important subject.

Notice and cure processes are the most effective mitigation factor against voter suppression relating to mail-in ballots.

Here’s what to know about in-person voting.

Here are a few stories from LWV staff members about their favorite memory of the voting process that we hope will inspire you as you plan to make your voice heard!