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“About 2000 petitioners were sworn into citizenship June 27 during a ceremony hosted by the [Houston Area, TX] League of Women Voters. ... Each new citizen is immediately eligible to register to vote, and the league was on hand to help the new citizens with registration.”

The Greenville News applauds the approval of nine new judges in South Carolina to help improve access to justice.

“The League of Women Voters is offering an online voters' guide: This website provides information on all the candidates on the [WA] August 7th Primary.”

"Local [MA] League of Women Voters chapters registered 1156 high school students to vote during a statewide voter registration drive this spring."

“Elisabeth MacNamara, national president of the League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan group that works to lower barriers to participation, said that the patchwork of rules across the states is cumbersome and intimidating for historically reluctant groups of voters.”

“Ask the League of Women Voters to do a guest blog and what do you get? Brace yourself, readers, for a civic engagement pep talk.”

“More than 758,000 registered voters in Pennsylvania do not have photo identification cards from the state Transportation Department, putting their voting rights at risk in the November election, according to data released Tuesday by state election officials.”

“As campaign season gears up at the national, state and local levels, the League of Women Voters, including the Holland [MI] area league, has developed a website that will allow voters to make choices before voting based on information it has obtained from the candidates.”

“The former governor and former vice president were brought together for this project by the League of Women Voters, an organization that also opposes the amendment that is expected to be on the ballot in November, if it passes the current court challenge.”

“To save money, the state is no longer mailing out voters' pamphlets, and the League of Women Voters of Washington is stepping in to help fill the information gap.”