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Washington Post: How a large-scale effort to register black voters led to a crackdown in Tennessee (News Clips)
Last year, an army of paid workers with stacks of voter registration forms fanned out in Memphis, Nashville and other parts of Tennessee to persuade African Americans to vote. In response, the…
Opinion piece from LWV CEO Virginia Kase on what it means to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment 99 years later.
LWV of New Hampshire is challenging a state law that imposes burdensome requirements on voter registration.
The League of Women Voters will hold more than 500 voter registration events on September 24 for National Voter Registration Day.
In a suit brought by LWV of Tennessee and partners, a federal judge blocked a new Tennessee law that sought to restrict paid voter registration drives.
Maggie Bush, the Program and Outreach Director from the League of Women Voters talks to the Union Edge about National Voter Registration Day, which is coming up on September 26.
Bustle: March For Our Lives' Gun Control Agenda Is Clear. Now It Needs To Turn Protesters Into Voters. (News Clips)
"It is safe to say that we have never registered this many people, so early in the year, during a non-presidential election year."
Wisconsin State Journal: Collaborative effort to help homeless population register to vote (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.
The League supports automatic voter registration. In Massachusetts, League Executive Director Meryl Kessler calls it, “the next logical step in the modernization of the electoral process”.