Have you registered to vote or updated your voter registration at your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or another public government agency? Then you have the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) to thank for that!
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.
On May 20, 1993, I watched President Clinton sign the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) into law. The legislation, also known as Motor Voter, was a significant victory for LWV.
Very much like life, there have been challenges often, but with each test, the NVRA has uncovered valuable lessons on how to remain standing.
The League of Women Voters statement on the U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding the National Voter Registration Act.
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.
The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma recently helped secure a big victory for voters in their state by reaching an agreement with the State Election Board and state agencies ensuring compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.
LWVUS, LWVAZ and LWVKS applaud the decision by the EAC to reject requests from the states of Arizona and Kansas to modify the national mail-in voter registration form to require voters to provide documentary proof of citizenship.
League members and volunteers will be hosting more than 850 registration events and virtual activations September 22.