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In honor of our 95th anniversary, here's a list of six things Americans like you have in part because of the League's work at the local, state and national level.

Local members, supporters and online activists join together to work for a better America as the League celebrates 95 years.

In honor of League of Women Voters’ Day on February 14 – and that lesser known holiday, Valentine’s Day – here are seven vintage suffrage Valentines to remind us of the importance of the vote, both in 1920 and today.

In honor of the League of Women Voters' 95th anniversary, here are 10 ways the League has helped strengthen our democracy and ensure equality over the past century.

In celebration of Carrie Chapman Catt’s birthday, here are 10 inspiring facts about her life and legacy.

On Women’s Equality Day, I participated in the Women’s History on the Horizon: the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage in 2020 panel at the National Archives.

This week marks the 166th anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention, the 1848 meeting responsible for making the first formal demand for women’s suffrage.

Utah was the second territory to grant women the right to vote in 1870. Like it or not, polygamy did play a part in suffrage in Utah.

As we celebrate Women's Equality Day and the anniversary of MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech, many Americans - women and men, young and old, rich and poor alike - still face barriers to voting.

One-hundred sixty-five years ago this week in 1848, 300 women and men met in Seneca Falls, New York, to plant the seed for the women's suffrage movement.