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Republicans take the teeth out of redistricting initiative and divide communities of interest.
The state’s highest court heard arguments on Tuesday on whether to uphold earlier rulings that voided maps drawn by Democrats as illegal gerrymanders.
San Diego voters are likely to get a chance this November to give Mayor Todd Gloria more power over hiring city workers, which could help San Diego fill hundreds of open jobs more quickly and reduce…
The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area Visits the Fairfax City Office of Elections to Thank Election Officials
One Houston woman has made it her life's mission to fight for voting rights and she is currently the president of the local chapter of The League of Women Voters. “Voting rights is a passionate thing…
Government watchdog groups are making a push to include ethics reform in the state budget. Governor Kathy Hochul promised to overhaul the state’s troubled ethics oversight commission, but so far, the…
Services were held Wednesday for long-time Ohio voting rights advocate Margaret “Peg” Rosenfield, who died the day her last letter to the editor ran in the local newspaper. She was 90.
An op-ed by Virginia Kase discuss the 2021 redistricting cycle.
The Post and Courier: Commentary: How ‘safe’ SC Election Districts Turn Voters invisible (News Clips)
LWV of South Carolina wrote an op-ed about the upcoming redistricting cycle and how "safe" districts silence the voice of voters.
USA TODAY:In-person or mail voting? Here is the best way to vote in 2020, according to experts and activists (News Clips)
USA Today asked experts and voting rights advocates for the best way that voters should cast their ballots.