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PRESS HERALD: While Some States Restrict Voting, Maine Lawmakers Pass Bills to Expand Access (Article)
Maine lawmakers pass several bills expanding access to voting.
‘Women Power Democracy,’ the new programmatic focus of the League of Women Voters, will advance a stronger, more representative American democracy.
The 2020 election saw the greatest participation in our nation’s history. Throughout election season, the League worked tirelessly to ensure voters had the information and the access to make their…
The 2020 election saw us facing unprecedented challenges, including a global pandemic, rampant mis- and disinformation, and claims of voter fraud. The League's 2020 Election Impact Report shows how…
FY20 Litigation Wrap-Up: A Comprehensive Review of Cases Leagues Are Engaged in Across the Country (Article)
BY THOMAS TAI 7/29/2020 COVID-19 has upended America’s election systems. With federal standards varying by state, the election laws throughout…
Impeachment does not mean removal of an elected official from office. As a nonpartisan organization, the League of Women Voters offers this unbiased information to voters seeking to learn more about…
The League of Women Voters sent a memo to U.S. Senators urging them to co-sponsor S. Res 252, a resolution to establish September as National Democracy Month.
The League joined a full-page ad in Politico on May 22, 2018. The ad thanks Congressional Champions for standing against attacks on public lands and waters in Alaska.
LWVUS and LWVOH submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute.
The League of Women Voters United States (LWVUS) and the League of Women Voters of Oregon (LWVOR) filed an Amicus Brief in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Juliana et al v.