A look at the League's work to protect, engage and empower Americans of all backgrounds to exercise their right to vote.
Yesterday, millions of Americans in states across the country cast ballots in some 5,500 local and state elections. Voters recognized that voting is your chance to stand up for what matters most, even during an “off-year” election.
The co-presidents of LWV Cuyahoga Area (OH) guest blog about their voter service work and their high school registration project in particular.
This election season, many states have implemented new voter laws, and there’s been some confusion over new requirements. Wherever you live, if you’re unsure of what you need to hit the polls, visit VOTE411.org!
Many states have important elections this year, and voter registration deadlines take place in many states as early as next week! Here's how you can help make sure that the people in your life are registered and ready to vote in November.
Yesterday, a record 800+ groups—including nearly 300 League of Women Voters affiliates in 43 states—headed out into their neighborhoods to help Americans register to vote or update their registration.
On September 24, 2013, the League will celebrate National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) with a major voter registration event, featuring actress America Ferrera, in New York City's Bryant Park.
This Independence Day help us make our democracy work – encourage your fellow citizens to visit VOTE411.org and register to vote!
Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a victory for voters when it struck down an Arizona law requiring documentary proof of citizenship when citizens register to vote.
The League of Women Voters statement on the U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding the National Voter Registration Act.