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“The League of Women Voters is trying to make sure voters in Lancaster County [PA] are aware of the state's new identification law. About 20,000 voters in the county do not have the identification needed to cast ballots in the Nov. 6 election, and many of them do not know it.”

“Prop. 32 is not what it seems, and it will hurt everyday Californians," said Trudy Schafer of the League of Women Voters of California.”

“...a coalition of [PA] organizations and businesses - the ACLU, NAACP, League of Women Voters, Committee of Seventy, Black Clergy, Brown's Family ShopRite, and Radio One, among others - secured a building where people can get the information and assistance they need to become eligible to vote under the new law.”

"Riley Morgan of Brownsville, who is organizing a League of Women Voters in the Rio Grande Valley [TX], noted that the organization's Education Fund has launched the internet-based Vote411.org, which is a one-stop site for election-related information."

“As the Justice Department investigates Pennsylvania’s voter ID law on the federal level, a coalition of civil rights groups is gearing up for a state trial starting Wednesday ... Pennsylvania might have handed those groups and their clients...a bit of an advantage: They’ve formally acknowledged that there’s been no reported in-person voter fraud in Pennsylvania and there isn’t likely to be in November.”

“Joan Azzarello and Sydelle Hirsch of the League of Women Voters of the Union area [NJ] visited Union High School in June and registered more than 40 high school students to vote in the general election that will be held Nov.”

“Voters across the nation will want to check out the latest online tool offered by the League of Women Voters, Vote 411, which helps people register to vote ... The American Library Association is supporting Vote 411 in the wake of the ALA Council's unanimous passing of the resolution opposing voter suppression at the recent 2012 ALA Annual Conference.”

“The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara [CA] will continue to educate our community on the ACA and its pivotal impact on their lives, and work to fully implement the law, while continuing to work for further healthcare reform in California.”

“During oral arguments … in League of Women Voters of Minnesota v. Ritchie [PDF], veteran MN Supreme Court Justice Paul H. Anderson suggested that the issue before the Court, of whether the ballot question was misleading, was more profound than even the League's attorney, William Pentelovitch, was characterizing it.”

"The Hawaii County League of Women Voters says, 'Don't vote in the dark!' The primary election on Aug. 11 is fast approaching. How much do you know about the candidates who will appear on your ballot? www.Vote411.org has important information..."