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This story originally aired on WANE's Living Local 15. The League of Women Voters speaks with Living Local 15 host Jessica Williams about the upcoming mid-term election and how to get out to vote.
Officials at the state level in Texas have decided not to spend any money on the 2020 census, even though in the past 10 years the population of Texas has grown massively. So business leaders, large…
A coalition of 16 advocacy groups — including the Campaign Legal Center, Issue One, the League of Women Voters and Public Citizen — is calling on candidates for president to release lists of their…
Small donor, public matching funds provide an opportunity for candidates to consider running for office who otherwise might not.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Critics Say Citizenship Question on Census Could Lead to Undercount (News Clips)
For the first time in more than half a century, the decennial census will ask respondents to indicate whether they’re a U.S. citizen or not.
Julie Kessel, President of the St. Petersburg Florida Area League, talks to The Union Edge about the FIRST municipality post-Citizens United to abolish Super PACs and limit foreign corporate…
WJLA Good Morning Washington: Registering to VOTE 2016 & getting to the polls with the League of Women Voters (News Clips)
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 as an outgrowth of the movement that secured women the
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Brittany Sowacke/Staff Photographer Tamara Allen of Arlington times the debate between Deirdre McNab (right at the head table) and Elizabeth McNamara (left and on screen), who are running for pr