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This profile was originally published in the Corpus Christi Caller Times.

Upshaw Hawkins is the first Black president of the Corpus Christi chapter of the nonpartisan grassroots organization dedicated to advocating for voting rights across the country, founded more than 100 years ago by the suffragists who helped win women the right to vote.

This story was originally published in TAPinto Asbury Park.

League of Women Voters of Monmouth board member Annette Scott provides weekly education at NJ Reentry Corporation

This letter to the editor was originally published in The Bismarck Tribune.

The League of Women Voters of North Dakota’s top priority this legislative session was protecting voting rights to ensure our elections remain fair and accessible for all eligible North Dakota voters. Our advocacy volunteers were busy tracking 39 election bills and resolutions -- some good, some bad, and some neutral.

This story was originally aired by ABC 7.

The League of Women Voters of California honored several San Francisco leaders who have shown support for the LGBTQ+ community.

This op-ed was originally published by The Hill.

LWVUS CEO Virginia Kase Solomón wrote about the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and the right to vote thirty years later.

This story was originally published by Public News Service.

Liz Tentarelli, president of the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire, said research shows increasing political polarization leads to greater voter interest and turnout.

This opinion was originally published in the Rio Grande Guardian.

The League of Women Voters of Texas president, Joyce LeBombard, wrote about the need for sensible gun laws in Texas.

This story was originally published in the Cape Cod Times.

Jeanne Morrison was recognized for her dedication to African-American advancement in Massachusetts. The Centerville resident is the first Black co-president of the League of Women Voters of the Cape Cod Area.

This story was originally published in the Oxford Observer.

The Oxford League of Women Voters is organizing a letter-writing campaigns against two proposed bills that they say would damage democracy in Ohio.

This is an episode of Deeper Dive with Dara Kam and was originally shared on City & State Florida.

League of Women Voters of Florida President Cecile Scoon and Dara discuss a wide-ranging elections bill, as well as recent laws that Scoon, a civil-rights attorney, said have made it more difficult for Floridians to vote.

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