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“Plaintiffs filed an appeal Thursday to bring the case before Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court, which will likely issue an expedited ruling, according to Kathy Culliton-Gonzalez, director of Advancement Project’s Voter Protection Program.”

"Here are answers to some basic questions, supplied by the secretary of state and the New Hampshire League of Women Voters: ..."

“After taking the Oath of Allegiance...the new citizens hustled over to the auditorium to finalize paperwork and, for many, to register to vote. ... That’s where the League of Women Voters of Arlington [VA] came in. ... With just a few weeks’ notice, the organization mobilized to provide voter-registration services for all eight of the citizenship ceremonies.”

"'It would be a grave error to change the rules again shortly before an election, especially for the purpose of reinstating an unconstitutional law which will make it extremely difficult or impossible for many qualified Wisconsin citizens to vote,' said Andrea Kaminski, executive director of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network."

“With a few months left before the presidential election, voter ID laws are in limbo in a number of states. Critics say the laws disenfranchise eligible voters, supporters say they prevent voter fraud. Guest host Viviana Hurtado discusses the court challenges and national implications with NPR's Corey Dade and Pennsylvania activist Bob Previdi.”

“Starting...Aug. 18, Arlington [VA] will be hosting a month-long series of naturalization ceremonies for some 3,100 new U.S. citizens. ... Also present at the ceremonies will be several dozen volunteers from the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Arlington, who will be conducting non-partisan, on-site voter registration drives.”