The Act provides an important roadmap for solving the vital issues facing our political system and serves as a vehicle to help renew Americans’ faith that the problems facing our democracy can be solved.
The League joined 168 national, state and local organizations in urging the President to nominate a highly qualified and widely respected professional to serve as the next Director of the U.S. Census Bureau.
The League sent comments to the Census Bureau regarding the decision to continue using the “usual residence” rule. The rule counts incarcerated citizens at their prison addresses rather than their home addresses.
In an amicus curiae brief, the League asked the Supreme Court to protect fair voting districts by holding that the Voting Rights Act does not require a minority community's size to meet a rigid num
LWVUS filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court that will determine the rights of minority voters in North Carolina. The brief urges the Court to hear the case which will review the Voting Rights
The League submitted organizational comments regarding the inclusion of the citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The League filed a brief in the case of Common Cause v. Rucho with the Supreme Court on October 31.
Members of the LWVUS Lobby Corps visited members of the U.S. House urging them to support HR1, the For the People Act.
The League filed an amicus brief in Rucho v. Common Cause at the U.S. Supreme Court. The League's case, Rucho v. LWVNC, is combined with this case.
The League of Women Voters of Maryland joined as amici on a brief filed in the U.S. Supreme Court case Lamone v. Benisek.