This story was originally published by KVOE.
The League of Women Voters’ Emporia branch will be busy the next few months. Why, you might ask? It’s tracking votes for lawmakers representing Lyon County for the second straight year.
This story was originally published by Door County Daily News.
Making sure your right to vote remained accessible was a major focus of the League of Women Voters of Door County in 2022.
This opinion was originally published by YubaNet.com
An election may be a milestone, but it is not the journey. An election is an opportunity to check in with each other about the course of our country and the principles of our leaders. It is a conversation of sorts, a reminder to the people we have put in power about who they serve, inform them about what we believe, and tell them which direction we want to go.
This episode originally aired on WPLN News.
Tennessee has historically had low voter turnout. Today, we're talking about a few of the reasons behind those numbers.
This interview was originally published in Noozhawk.
LWV of Santa Barbara seeks to empower voters and defend democracy.
This profile was originally published by The Post.
The League of Women Voters of Athens County had already made its impact on local races prior to voters making their way to the polls and casting their ballots Tuesday.
This profile was originally published in Midland Daily News.
Katherine Redwine, a member of the League of Women Voters of the Midland Area, discusses her efforts to empower voters in her community.
Jefferson City, Mo. — This afternoon, a judge for the Cole County Circuit Court granted a preliminary injunction in our LWV MO and Missouri NAACP v. Missouri lawsuit, which blocks enforcement of several provisions in H.B. 1878 that criminalizes voter engagement activity and distribution of absentee ballot applications conducted by civic engagement groups.
This show originally aired on KNVF.
Beth Hendrix, executive director League of Women Voters of Colorado, speaks with KVNF's Lisa Young on the importance of protecting our democracy and the important work of LWV.
This profile was originally published in Defender.
For Annie Benifield, voting is in her blood. Her father was a first generation born out of slavery African American, who lived to be 90 years old and never missed an opportunity to vote once he was given the right. Her father passed in 2004, but his dedication has served as fuel to her fire to make voting a priority in her life.
Now, as the first woman of color to lead the League of Women Voters of Houston, Benifield works overtime to get as many people as possible to the polls.