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Arizonans who recently updated their address with the Motor Vehicles Division  may not have had their voter registration updated. Now is the time for voters to check their registration status.
On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, the League stands united with our Puerto Rican neighbors and ready to support new voters throughout the midterms this season.
The League of Women Voters of Arizona filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Secretary of State for violating the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). 
The League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) and Rose Community Management (RCM), an affiliate of Jonathan Rose Companies (JRCo), are joining forces to empower voters to make use of their electoral power in 2018.
The Virginia General Assembly will convene in a special session to redraw eleven House of Delegates districts that a three-judge panel deemed in June were an unconstitutional racial gerrymander.
A three-judge panel struck down the state’s congressional map as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander. 
The League was proud to work with Senator McCain on his bipartisan efforts to reform campaign finance reform and remembers his legacy as a political maverick. 
The decision to keep polling places open in Randolph County is a victory for African American voters. But in 2018, it should never have been an issue.
The League of Women Voters of Arizona joined voting rights organizations in a lawsuit filed against Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan , nine months after notifying her office of significant federal voting rights violations.
The League joins advocate groups to denounce intimidation and violence by white supremacists.