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Voter Registration

Online voter registration is taking hold across the country. But there is a fundamental problem. Virtually every system adopted leaves out a significant and important part of the population – citizens who don’t have a driver’s license or non-driver’s ID.

League member Judy Stuthman led an effort to attend every citizenship ceremony held in Minnesota since 2007, taking part in helping register over 62,000 new Americans.

As young people, we’re helping shape the future of our country, and it's our responsibility to turn out in large numbers on November 4! did more than just help me register to vote. It also gave me the information I needed to vote for the very first time this Election Day.

As volunteers of the League of Women Voters of Fairfax (VA) helped new citizens and others register to vote this past weekend, we also helped answer many of the common questions that come up about the voting process.

Our push to help new voters register or update their voter registration isn’t over, but time is running out – voter registration deadlines begin in some states as early as this week! Help your friends and family get registered and remind them of looming voter registration deadlines.

Yesterday, on National Voter Registration Day, in New York City and at hundreds of events around the country, League members reminded Americans that every election is important and that voter registration deadlines are rapidly approaching.

Read President MacNamara's Huffington Post article on National Voter Registration Day!

Today is National Voter Registration Day, a nationwide effort to register hundreds of thousands of voters on one single day. Here are three simple steps YOU can take to be a part of today’s voter registration efforts.

Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters is proud to participate in National Voter Registration Day 2014 (NVRD), a 50-state effort to register hundreds of thousands of voters on one single day.