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Attempts to suppress votes through voter purges have led to legal battles. 

A New Hampshire judge dismissed a state law that opponents, including the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire, said made it more complicated for students to register to vote

Organizations give insights on how they are continuing advocacy work amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

Voting amid the coronavirus has highlighted the need for expanding the vote-by-mail process. Celina Stewart, LWVUS senior director of advocacy and litigation, contributes.

LWV founder Carrie Chapman Catt was featured in TIME's 100 Women of the Year.

The state of South Carolina will be using new voting machines in the upcoming election, a process watched closely by the League of Women Voters of South Carolina.

LWVUS published a letter in the Washington Post on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the League of Women Voters.

LWVUS CEO Virginia Kase wrote an op-ed celebrating the League's 100th Anniversary.

LWVUS CEO Virginia Kase wrote an op-ed celebrating the League's 100th Anniversary and a century of voting rights activism.