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"In the general election on Nov. 5, 1912 - just 10 months after becoming a state - Arizona approved a measure that gave its women the right to vote."

"After hearing more and more reports of election observers intimidating voters, a top Wisconsin Government Accountability Board official has warned that no more disruptions will be tolerated."

" With three weeks left to go before the election, groups in Minnesota are ramping up their efforts related to the two proposed constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot.

"Archer School for Girls took to Brentwood Village Tuesday to push the "No Vote, Big Voice" campaign in collaboration with the Los Angeles League of Women Voters. ... This fall the school will be one of more than 20 non-profit organizations allied with the L.A. League of Women Voters of Los Angeles, sharing the common goals of educating voters, boosting voter registration and participating in the upcoming presidential election. The campaign is non-partisan."

"The local chapter of the League of Women Voters [ Murfreesboro/Rutherford County, NY] strives to make sure residents are able to get to know those who want to represent them so educated votes can be cast. We thank them for their efforts."

" was started in 2006 on a National level through the League of Women Voters. ... The local chapter of the League of Women Voters [Binghamton, NY] used the website as a trial run last year, putting it into strong action this year with a high profile election season.

"Voting needs to be free, fair and accessible to everyone. When it is, voter enthusiasm goes up because people are participants in the process."

"For many years, the ultimate source of election information in our area has been the League of Women Voters and its comprehensive voter guides. While not abandoning its printed guide...the League this year is putting its resources into making its election information available online, through a website called If you’re that conscientious voter, we suggest you take a look.

For the Record: League of Women Voters - YouTube 23 min Neil Heinen talks with the League of Women Voters.

"The Fair Lawn League of Women Voters [NJ] and politically-engaged Fair Lawn High School students have created displays around town to emphasize the importance of voting in this November's election."