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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!

What sorts of obstacles do overseas Americans face in voting and how can they overcome them?

This year, we are going to have to wait for democracy to run its course. We need to allow time for every vote to be counted accurately and completely. 

Every 10 years, after the collection of the decennial census data, states redraw their state and congressional district lines. Here are 10 things you should know about it works.

Creating a voting plan that fits your needs makes casting your ballot easier and less prone to complications. This year is unlike any other election year in recent memory. And at the League of Women Voters we know that there is a lot of information out there to sift through as you develop the best voting plan for you.  Here are four easy ways that VOTE411.org can help you get started on your plan today.

Whether it is a local or a national race, elections are a time to consider the issues that you care about and decide which candidate you support.