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Statements and Press Releases

The Treasury Department opened a massive loophole that will allow special interests to launder unlimited amounts of undisclosed, illegal contributions into federal elections.
The House of Representatives today in a 121-301 vote rejected the Ryan Compromise immigration legislation.
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the Trump Administration's travel ban is within the president’s authority.
The Supreme Court sent the North Carolina redistricting case of Rucho v. League of Women Voters of NC back to the U.S District court for further consideration.
Public Pressures President to End Family Separations Washington, DC - The League of Women Voters president Chris Carson issued a statement following President Trump’s…

News Clips

Voter ID laws can make it difficult for homeless people to vote. In Wisconsin, the League is working to help homeless voters exercise their rights.

Washington is the only state that allows all voters to return a ballot via email attachment.

The League of Women Voters of Michigan worked in coalition to get a measure expanding voting access on the November 2018 ballot.

Incoming CEO Virginia Kase told Glamour her vision for the League: Helping as many Americans as possible exercise their right to vote.

The League of Women Voters of North Carolina is a plaintiff in a case challenging the state's 13 congressional districts as extreme unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders.