Skip to main content

Young Voters

This story was originally published by the Selma Sun.

About 500 students from high schools, middle schools and six colleges came to the 59th Jubilee to learn about civic engagement.

If we want to create a more inclusive democracy that represents the diverse needs of its people, we must empower young voters. 

Learn why young voters are so important and how you can support them!

This story was originally published by The Auburn Plainsman

The League of Women Voters and library volunteers held voter registration informational sessions on Feb. 6 in the Ralph Brown Draughon Library. During the sessions, students learned about registering to vote and obtaining an absentee ballot. Students also had the opportunity to check their voter status.

This story was originally published by Click Orlando

Tiffany Hughes is President of the League of Women Voters of Orange County. She and her organization have been working now to get voting results, including reaching people where they are.

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 was originally published by TAPinto Livingston.

After hosting an activity during Livingston's 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Day of Service event that encouraged young attendees to pen "Letters to the Mayor" sharing comments, concerns or suggestions about various community issues, representatives from the Livingston High School (LHS) chapter of the Livingston League of Women Voters (LWV) attended Monday's township council meeting to present nearly 20 pieces of correspondence to Mayor Al Anthony and his fellow council members.

This story was originally published by FlintSide.

The unbiased nonpartisan group, the League of Women Voters of the Flint Area was formed to help defend democracy and provide education and resources to help residents during elections. The national organization, League of Women Voters, founded in 1920, is a grassroots network and membership organization with over 750 leagues nationwide, including the local Flint chapter.

This article was originally published by The Daily Northwestern.

The Evanston chapter of the League of Women Voters, a group dedicated to voter education and advocacy, spearheaded the Voter Participation Action Coalition, made up of Evanston organizations dedicated to mobilizing local voters. 

This story was originally published by WTMJ-TV.

But the Bucks crew didn't do it alone — the real MVP's of the day were the volunteers with the League of Women Voters who assisted dozens of students eager to become registered voters.

"We are just so excited to help high school students get registered to vote and they get so excited when they realize they can do it in five minutes," said Judy Winn with the League of Women Voters.


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.