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LWV Of Tennessee

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Debby Gould, President
Leslie Collum, Vice President
Mary Ann Reeves, Vice President

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Stories from Around the State

LWV's legislative & policy coordinator shares her experience as a voting rights advocate in Tennessee.

The League of Women of Voters of Tennessee issued the following statement after the Tennessee State Legislature voted to expel two general assembly members. 

This story was originally published in Public News Service.

In Tennessee, almost a half-million people will not be able to vote in any upcoming election because of a past felony conviction, and a new survey found counties are not making the issue easy to remedy.

The League of Women Voters of Tennessee conducted a survey with the county officials responsible for implementing the mandated process of restoring voting rights for these individuals.

NASHVILLE — The League of Women Voters of Nashville issued the following joint statement with the League of Women Voters of Tennessee and the League of Women Voters of the United States in response to the mass shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville.

This episode originally aired on WPLN News.

Tennessee has historically had low voter turnout. Today, we're talking about a few of the reasons behind those numbers.