This story was originally published in the Oxford Observer.
The League of Women Voters of Oxford partnered with the Howe Writing Center to “Take Action for Democracy” on Oct. 25. The first floor space hosted a casual meet and greet with a handful of tables scattered around the room, offering information on registering to vote, understanding the ballot, calling representatives and writing and submitting op-eds.
The League of Women Voters Education Fund has registered, educated, and engaged young people through its Youth Voter Registration project since 2010.
In January – June 2023, 86 Leagues hosted close to 1000 events and registered over 19,000 youth in high schools, community colleges, technical and vocational schools, and other youth-serving areas, like community and recreation centers. And that’s just the 86 Leagues mentioned — our 750+ Leagues nationwide did even more!
Casting your vote, especially if it’s your first time, can seem complicated. To make it simple, we’ve compiled some of the most common questions we’ve received from college and university students.
This opinion was written by Jenny Fisher, co-president of the League of Women Voters of Oxford, OH.
This story was originally published in the Cape Gazette.
On National Constitution Day and National Voter Registration Day, representatives from the League of Women Voters Sussex County dispersed information to students at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown.
This news segment originally aired on WBIR.
This article was originally published by The Sunflower.
At the Voter Registration Day event on Sept. 19, members of the Shockers Vote Coalition and the League of Women Voters teamed up to inform students on how to get registered to vote in the Wichita area.
This year, we've seen firsthand how registering people to vote creates a stronger, more representative America. Americans are taking part in our democracy in full force – and now is our chance to make sure they’re ready to vote.
This story originally aired as a segment on FOX10 News.
The League of Women Voters of Mobile, AL, launched a TikTok challenge to encourage voter participation among high school and college students.
This story was originally published by the Chico Enterprise-Record.
Organizing and activating eligible voters has always been one of the goals of the League of Women Voters, a non-partisan group that advocates for voter rights and greater involvement in the democratic process. The league is renewing its efforts to register younger voters — ones who aren’t old enough to vote yet, but will become eligible the moment they turn 18.