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First launched by the League and partner organizations in 2012, National Voter Registration Day has become a nationwide, multi-sector, all-hands-on-deck day to register as…, As the nation's premier grassroots organization with capacity in every state, we have…

On Thursday, September 19th, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Committee will hold the first hearing on DC statehood in more than a quarter-century. 

Guest authors Cathy Frischmann and Claudia Keith encourage Leagues to get involved in climate strike activities.

With just one more state needed to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, we are closer than ever to ensuring that equal rights for all are guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.

This blog post was written by LWVUS's Chief Observer to the United Nations, Rosalee Keech.  As the League’s Chief Observer to the UN, I had the privilege of attending the …

With a population of over 700,000 who pay more federal income tax per-capita than any other citizen of any other state, it would make sense for DC citizens to have their own state. 

June marked the end of our 2019 High School Voter Registration project. With a record-breaking 60 Leagues participating, volunteers registered a total of 20,115 high school student in 28 states across the country, plus D.C.  

On June 27, the Supreme Court held that it would not intervene in partisan gerrymandering cases, refusing to set a standard for when redistricting intentionally groups voters by party.

On the sixth anniversary of Shelby v. Holder, the Supreme Court decision that gutted the heart of the Voting Rights Act (VRA), the U.S. House Judiciary Committee conducted a hearing on the continuing challenges to voting rights in our country. 

The LWVUS Volunteer Lobby Corps had a very active spring this year focusing on the For the People Act, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, and the Women's History commemorative coin program.