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Voter Photo ID

The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a big blow to voters in Wisconsin by refusing to hear a challenge to the state’s voter photo ID law. The Court’s denial puts at risk the voting rights of over 300,000 eligible voters.

The League of Women Voters of North Carolina is challenging the state's voter photo ID requirement in state court under the North Carolina state constitution.

Two months into the 2015 State Legislative sessions and we have seen a groundswell of assaults on voters in many states. League of Women Voters activists have been working around the clock to fight back against these threats as well as to advance opportunities for voters.

The League of Women Voters of St. Louis is excited to help engage and empower Ferguson residents to take part in their government and wield influence over their community moving forward.

The League believes that access to the vote is about equality, not politics. Fortunately, Leagues across the country are fighting discriminatory voter ID bills – and succeeding!

The League of Women Voters of the United States was joined by the League of Women Voters of Texas and the League of Women Vote

The League was pleased to join dozens of voting rights advocates, state and local elections officials, congressional staff and academics at last week’s 2015 Voting and Elections Summit in Washington D.C.

The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin has been running an election observer program since 2010. Read their guest blog post on their observations from Election Day 2014.

I worked with the Election Protection Hotline to help many voters rectify the issues they were facing when attempting to exercise their right to vote. But it also illuminated how far we have to go to have fair, free and accessible elections for all eligible citizens.

These elections are about our jobs, our health, our communities, our security and our future. Are you ready to vote?