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Statement of League of Women Voters, Ohio A. Philip Randolph Institute, Ohio ACLU, Demos, and Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law:   We are disappointed in the…
A Wisconsin district court judge granted partial relief to protect the rights of self-quarantining voters who cannot obtain a witness signature on their mail-in ballot, as required under Wisconsin law.
The League of Women Voters of Texas and the League of Women Voters of Austin Area requested to join a lawsuit arguing that Texas law expressly permits expanded vote by mail options due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
LWV of Ohio challenges the cumbersome vote-by-mail process in one month’s time will prevent thousands of eligible citizens from casting a ballot in the state's primary.
Today the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin filed litigation in federal court seeking to protect the rights of self-quarantining voters who cannot safely obtain a witness signature on their mail-in ballot during the COVID-19 pandemic.

News Clips

The state of South Carolina will be using new voting machines in the upcoming election.

LWVUS published a quarter-page ad in the Washington Post on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the League of Women Voters of the United States.

Virginia Kase wrote an op-ed celebrating the League's 100th Anniversary.

Virginia Kase posted an op-ed about the League's 100th Anniversary.