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LWV Of North Carolina

Community Leaders

Jennifer Rubin, President
Marian Lewin, Vice President

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(201) 450-4188

Stories from Around the State

During the 2022 Supreme Court term, the League of Women Voters filed amicus briefs in four cases: Moore v. Harper, Allen v. Milligan, Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, and 303 Creative, LLC v. Elenis.  

We recap the case and its impact on voting rights, discrimination, and redistricting.

From January – August 2023, state legislatures nationwide passed various bills into law. While following these developments, the League noticed several important trends around voting rights and election administration.

This conversation originally aired on 97.9's The Hill.

Jennifer Rubin, president of the League of Women Voters of North Carolina, spoke to Brighton McConnell from 97.9 The Hill about the League's work and priorities ahead of 2024.

The US Supreme Court affirmed the role of state court judicial review in a major victory for checks and balances and the constitutional rights of voters.

RALEIGH — The League of Women Voters of North Carolina President Jo Nicholas released the following statement after the North Carolina Supreme Court took unprecedented action and reversed its prior ruling that North Carolina’s congressional and state legislative maps were unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders under the state Constitution:

Almost 1 million immigrants became naturalized citizens in 2022, expanding the electorate significantly. During that time, 31 League volunteer teams across the country reported attending close to 800 naturalization ceremonies and registering over 37,000 New Americans to participate in our democracy — this represents just a small portion of our 750+ Leagues’ impact.