Gov. Burgum has issued a proclamation declaring Feb. 14, 2023, League of Women Voters Day in North Dakota in honor of the League of Women Voters’ 103rd birthday.
The proclamation notes the League’s tireless grassroots efforts over the last 103 years to empower voters and defend democracy. The North Dakota League has accomplished this through candidate forums, voter guides and advocacy on voting rights.
In honor of the League’s birthday, Feb. 14 will be a day of action for the North Dakota League. They are asking members and the public to contact their state legislators to support open, transparent government and elections.
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Celebrate LWV's 103rd birthday with us and join our national day of action!
Through storytelling, digital actions, local events, and advocacy, we will flex the breadth of our League people power and advance our priorities. We will have a marquee event with featured speakers livestreamed on our Facebook page at 11am ET.
Whether you utilize our relational organizing tools, plan an event in your community, or share your story, there are a variety of ways for Leagues to get involved, take action, and celebrate with us. To register your event, click the link below.
A federal judge ruled that North Dakota’s process for absentee ballot verification will include a notification and remedy method for voters whose ballots are flagged for rejection due to signature mismatch.
The League of Women Voters of North Dakota filed a lawsuit asking the United States District Court of North Dakota to provide relief for voters from the state’s burdensome signature match policy.