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.
The $400 million included in this third relief deal is a mere fraction of what is needed for all voters to safely cast their ballot with confidence this November.
The League calls on Congress to include at least $2 billion for election funding in COVID-19 (cornoavirus) stimulus package
The League of Women Voters of Ohio filed an amicus brief in the case Ex Rel. Ohio Democratic Party v. Frank LaRose. The case concerns when and how to conduct Ohio’s rescheduled primary election in light of last week’s postponement due to COVID-19.
The League of Women Voters of Ohio, along with other voting rights partners, sent a letter to Ohio Secretary State Frank LaRose demanding that changes to the Primary Election calendar comply with the National Voter Registration Act and the Ohio Constitution.
The League of Women Voters calls on all states to expand no-excuse absentee voting and mail-in ballots for the duration of the 2020 election cycle.