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League of Women Voters and Voting Rights Advocates Notify Georgia of State and Federal Voting Violations (Press Release)
Lawrenceville, GA – Today the League of Women Voters of Georgia along with other voting rights advocates, notified the Georgia Secretary of State and Gwinnett County that the county has been in…
The League sent a letter to the US Senate urging them to pass the Youth Voting Rights Act as a measure to support eligible young voters’ access to the ballot.
LWVUS Joined a Letter with the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights on Implementing President Biden’s Voting Rights Executive Order (Legal Document)
The Leadership Conference organized a letter requesting federal agencies to strongly implement President Biden’s 2021 Executive Order promoting access to voting.
Discriminatory measures passed by the Missouri House Thursday target voters of color, sabotage elections and prevent Missourians from having their voices heard at the ballot box
In an exceedingly rare federal ruling striking down restrictions on voting that the GOP-dominated Florida Legislature approved last year, the state has effectively been placed on probation.
KHOU-TV: League of Women Voters Threatens to Sue Secretary of State for Not Providing Voter Registration Cards (News Clips)
The League of Women Voters of Texas threatens to sue the Secretary of State for lack of voter registration cards.
CNN: Texas Secretary of State Office Sets Limits On Voter Registration Forms Due to Supply Chain Issues (News Clips)
Texas elections officials blame the supply chain for the shortage of voter registration forms.
The League of Women Voters of North Carolina (LWVNC), along with partners, asked to intervene in a lawsuit designed to purge eligible voters from the voter rolls in 40 North Carolina counties.
LWVUS joined the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights calling on the US Senate to move the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act forward for debate.
A federal court ruled that a former US Election Assistance Commission official violated federal law in 2016 when he allowed three states – Alabama, Georgia, and Kansas – to require documentary proof…