LWV of Nevada defends its fair maps ballot initiative from a legal challenge.
LWV of Georgia filed a federal lawsuit to stop an unjust voter purge from taking effect.
The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin filed a federal lawsuit to stop the unjust purge of over 200,000 Wisconsin voters.
Following a report on disenfranchisement from LWV of Kentucky that found more than 312,000 Kentuckians cannot vote because of felony convictions, the state's governor issued an executive order restoring voting rights for those with past felony convictions.
LWV of New Hampshire is challenging a state law that imposes burdensome requirements on voter registration.
CEO Virginia Kase's op-ed about how democracy fixes can bring about immigration reform.
The state of Georgia is threatening to purge over 300,000 voters from the voting rolls. After experiencing serious problems with purge lists in Ohio, LWV of Ohio weighs in.
Florida state officials are working with local and federal authorities to assure citizens that they are doing all that they can to be certain that the 2020 election is secure. LWV of Florida calls for greater transparency in the process.
The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma, as part of the People Not Politicians coalition, filed an initiative petition to end gerrymandering in Oklahoma.
A federal judge ruled in an LWV of Florida case that outstanding fines cannot bar formerly incarcerated Floridians from voting.