Hold your mouse over the images to see how the League of Women Voters has helped educate and empower voters – past and present!
The League of Women Voters of St. Louis is excited to help engage and empower Ferguson residents to take part in their government and wield influence over their community moving forward.
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!
VOTE411.org 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 young adults, we should be at the frontlines in helping decide the path of our country if we’re going to make the future our own.
Immigrants from Peru, my parents taught me that voting is essential in order for all citizens to have a voice in their country’s government.
Preliminary results of our high school voter registration project show that we helped register thousands of young people to vote this spring! Here are six major takeaways that have us excited about young voters.
Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the 26th Amendment, which opened up the voting process to millions of young Americans.
I’ve been a proud League of Women Voters staffer and a local volunteer since 2006. In my work I’ve had the opportunity to work with hundreds of inspiring League volunteers and seen large-scale voter empowerment efforts come to life.
North Carolina Politicians Target College Students’ Right to Vote