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"What Is Issue 2? Issue 2 is a reform effort led by the League of Women Voters, CommonCause Ohio, Ohio Citizen Action, and the NAACP. Issue 2 would take the power over redistricting out of the hands of the politicians and put it in the hands of the people."

“'If someone is not registered yet, come Monday it’s going to be too late for them,' said Ashton Stewart, executive director of the League of Women Voters of New York City."

"As Nov. 6 approaches, many of us are trying to decide which candidates we want to elect. Several local seats are up for grabs, and – of course -- the top prize this year: the presidency! .... But before you vote, you might want to make sure you have all the tools you need to make an educated decision."

"Our local League of Women Voters  has taken up the issue of truth in campaign advertising and recently sponsored a community dialogue on the subject. Yet more awareness on the part of the public is needed. We have, as a nation, the privilege of voting for our government. Let us do so with the most accurate information possible."

"A total of 1,679 York students from 63 social studies classes participated in the mock election Oct. 3, sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the York Social Studies Department."

"With the 2012 election now four weeks away, WKAR’s Mark Bashore checked in with the organization’s Michigan President, Susan Smith."

"The state’s highest court dealt the Republican-led Legislature a critical setback Tuesday, blocking use of a new voter registration form for the Nov. 6 election."

"The League of Women Voters of Eastern Carver County and the SouthWest Metro Chamber of Commerce are offering candidate forums and resources this election season. The League has launched, with candidate information, voter registration tools, polling place locations and other Election Day information."

"Five DuPage area League of Women Voters chapters worked with 18 local high schools to implement mock presidential elections this week.

"Over the years, the issues may have changed, but to Ellis, the need for the League’s presence has not: 'This area needs a group that looks out for the public’s interest, and that is what I think we are doing.'”