With each voter we register, we are helping to get as many people participating as possible. Help us make sure no one is left out.
For the fourth straight year, organizations across the country are celebrating National Voter Registration Day by registering thousands of new voters. Join us in helping register voters!
Yesterday, a record 800+ groups—including nearly 300 League of Women Voters affiliates in 43 states—headed out into their neighborhoods to help Americans register to vote or update their registration.
Interested in planning a nonpartisan voter registration drive?
The League of Women Voters has some expert tips!
Tonight is the first 2012 presidential debate, and the media has whipped itself into a frenzy over the latest poll numbers. The pre-Election rush has officially arrived.
Time is running out – voter registration deadlines begin in some states as early as this week! Help your friends and family get registered and remind them of upcoming deadlines.
Editorial Note: This piece was first published on my Huffington Post Blog. 47 years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law to prevent voter discrimination.
All year long, I work with League volunteers around the country, supporting their efforts to reach and help inform voters through our national voter information site, VOTE411.org.
As young adults, we should be at the frontlines in helping decide the path of our country if we’re going to make the future our own.
Like many Americans, I never know where I’ll be on Election Day. What if I have to travel for work? What if the baby is sick and I can’t make it to the polls? What if I get stuck at the office late and the lines are super long?