Today, a federal judge permitted LWV of Michigan and five local Leagues to intervene in support of the State in Daunt v. Benson, a federal lawsuit concerning voter purges.
Judge Rules That Census Must Not be Rushed in Victory for Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ordered the Trump administration to halt its rush to end the 2020 Census, extending deadline for counting to October 31.
Now is not the time to rush a lifetime appointment to the United States Supreme Court.
LWV of Arkansas filed a lawsuit in federal court asking that the state offer a notice and cure process for voters whose ballots are marked for rejection due to signature-related issues.
League members and volunteers will be hosting more than 850 registration events and virtual activations September 22.
A federal court in Wisconsin gave voters a back-up option to receive mail-in absentee ballots online or via email when they do not receive their previously-requested ballot in the mail in time for the November 3 general election.
WASHINGTON—League of Women Voters president Deborah Turner and CEO Virginia Kase issued the following joint statement on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader…
WASHINGTON—League of Women Voters board president, Dr. Deborah Turner, issued this statement in response to reports of human rights abuses against immigrants held in ICE …
A settlement agreement for the November election has been reached, addressing issues brought by LWV of New York State in their July case over the process by which the state counts absentee ballots.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled that state law allows county bureaus of elections to set up drop boxes and satellite offices to accept mail and absentee ballots.