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One way we’ve loved connecting with the people is through “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) posts on Reddit. These discussions are opportunities to cast aside DC vernacular and get right down to what really…
More voters than ever before participated in our elections in 2020, thanks in part to the work of the League across the country. Here are just a few of our successes in 2020.
Creating a voting plan that fits your needs makes casting your ballot easier and less prone to complications. This year is unlike any other election year in recent memory. And at the League of Women…
The League of Women Voters joined a letter as part of the Declaration for American Democracy (DFAD) coalition calling on debate moderators to ask questions relating to democracy reform.
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.
League members and volunteers will be hosting more than 850 registration events and virtual activations September 22.
The League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase, testified before the U.S. House Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Elections on Thursday, October 17, 2019.
Arizonans who recently updated their address with the Motor Vehicles Division may not have had their voter registration updated. Now is the time for voters to check their registration status.
As lawmakers continue to pass legislation and employ tactics that disenfranchise voters, we challenge these efforts through advocacy, grassroots organizing, legal action, and public education.
LWVUS and LWVOH submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute.