Stories from Around the State
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Today voting rights advocates agreed to dismiss a lawsuit that pitted them against conservative activist group Judicial Watch, in a lawsuit Judicial Watch originally filed in 2020 to force three Pennsylvania counties to remove thousands of voters from the rolls ahead of the 2020 election.
Civic education and involvement are key to a healthy American democracy. Included are stories from states across the country about the importance of civic engagement and the work that they are doing to promote it.
This blog highlights work in Florida, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.
This conversation was originally published by The Pitt News.
Civic Influencers fellow Ruby Scupp hosts a conversation with Michele Knoll, president of the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh, and Kelsey Pohlig, Weeam Boumaza and Ulyera Brooks from Pitt Women in Politics to talk about what local groups are doing to empower women.
This op-ed was originally published in the Bucks County Herald.
Cathy Morano from the League of Women Voters of Bucks County, PA, wrote about the League's work as a nonpartisan, grassroots organization.
This story was originally published by Public News Service.
As the municipal primary election fast approaches, there is an urgent push for more voter education in Pennsylvania.
This story was originally published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Black Political Empowerment Project partnered with the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh for a campaign educating currently or formerly incarcerated individuals of their voting rights.