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At the League, it is our hope that we will be able to work in step with the current administration to make progress on LWV priorities aimed at working toward a better democracy, together. 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, with a transformative vision for the American South. Dr. King implored both the southern Dixiecrats and Republicans in Congress to fully enfranchise Black voters...

 The Founders established a set of checks and balances to ensure the health and stability of our democracy, and that if impeachment or the 25th amendment is pursued that it is the best course of action.  

Today, there is a critical runoff election in Georgia! Two US Senate seats that will determine control of the Senate and a Public Service Commissioner position are on the ballot. 

The League of Women Voters is dedicated to ensuring equal rights and equal opportunity for all. This commitment led to LWVUS joining the legal challenge to Idaho’s Fairness in Women’s Sports Act which prohibits transgender women and girls, intersex persons, and any non-binary person from participating in sports.

Next week, the Electoral College will convene as is required by the Constitution to formally elect the next president and vice president of the United States.

More voters than ever before participated in our elections in 2020, thanks in part to the work of the League across the country. Here are just a few of our successes in 2020.

A blog thanking election officials, workers, and volunteers. 

LWV sent a letter to Secretaries of State thanking them for their dedication and hard work in making the 2020 election run successfully.

LWVUS give thanks to the lawyers and partners who helped secure safe voting in the 2020 election cycle.