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Public Interest Legal Foundation Drops Meritless Voter Purge Lawsuit Against Detroit (Press Release)
DETROIT—The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), a group that has repeatedly sued election officials for not purging voters aggressively enough,…
"Voters should not have to face an obstacle course in order to participate in our democracy," said MacNamara of the victory for voters.
The League of Women Voters is pleased with today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) that they are filing suit against the Texas voter photo ID law.
Obama Administration Names Presidential Commission on Election Administration Members (Press Release)
The League once again calls on the President and the nation's new elections commission to make bold changes to make elections free, fair and accessible.
League of Women Voters Urges Presidential Commission on Election Administration to Support Five-Point Agenda (Press Release)
In a statement submitted before the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, the League of Women Voters of the United States urged the commission to improve the polling place experience.
Representative Steve Scalise’s recent comments regarding the League of Women Voters were misinformed. We are committed to working for all voters regardless of their party affiliation.
“This decision gives us a new tool to fight partisan gerrymandering,” said President MacNamara.
Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on voting rights and discrimination, concluding that we must pass the VRAA - and quickly.
In a big win for voters, a U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that Florida’s plan to purge voters before the 2012 elections was prohibited by the National Voter Registration Act.
A district court issued a ruling that approves the documentary proof of citizenship requirement for voter registration by Arizona and Kansas.