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"The state of Pennsylvania's ability to get every would-be voter a government-issued photo ID by Election Day will literally be on trial Tuesday."

"So far, 657,201 people have registered to vote in Montana, according to the Secretary of State Office. The rest of the population will have no say in the Nov. 6 general election — unless they register soon. ... The League of Women Voters of Billings wants to help more eligible residents exercise their precious right to vote. League volunteers will participate Tuesday in National Voter Registration Day."

 "The young co-president of the local chapter of the League is using technology to distribute more information about upcoming elections. Alice Giles has a tendency to talk fast. Whether the subject is new town zoning, the upcoming elections or advocating for stormwater management, she can talk extensively on many topics. ... Providing information is what Giles, 26, does as co-president of the League of Women Voters of Howard County [MD].

"Pennsylvania's highest court on Tuesday told a lower court judge to stop a tough new law requiring voters to show photo identification from taking effect in this year's presidential election if he finds voters cannot easily get ID cards or if he thinks they will be disenfranchised."

"With the backdrop of National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 25, the League of Women Voters of Southeastern Connecticut has scheduled voter registration sessions in New London, Groton and Norwich, with more expected in October."

Leelanau League of Women Voters [MI] seeks to establish its own, separate entity.

"If you are not yet registered to vote, save this date: Tuesday, Sept. 25. On that day, go sign up. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of help."

"The Hawaii State League of Women Voters (LWVHI) is asking state and county elections officials to take definitive action on the primary election day mishaps that transpired on the Big Island."


“On Sept. 25, the Montana League of Women Voters and other organizations across our state will be registering voters — in libraries, colleges and universities, in front of places of business and retail stores.”


"The League of Women Voters of Adams County [CO] is launching a voter-registration campaign in Adams County to engage new voters before the November election."