• A message from Jeanette Senecal, League of Women Voters Senior Director of Elections:


    This was supposed to be a simple thank you email. Yesterday, the League of Women Voters helped millions of Americans as they cast their ballots in this historic election.

    And we couldn’t have done it without you.

  • This article originally appeared on The Huffington Post.

    By Wylecia Wiggs Harris

  •  Election Day FAQ

    The following are commonly asked questions the League of Women Voters recevies about Election Day. 

    Q: Am I registered to vote?

  • This election is important.

    The entire House of Representatives and dozens of US Senate and Governor’s races will be decided in November, along with our next President. If you’re wondering how you can choose the right candidate to receive your vote, we’ve got the answers!

  • Alliance 8.7 – the United Nations’ target to stop forced labor and trafficking, especially of children – will be launched in September, in conjunction with the opening of the General Assembly, when heads of state are in NYC.

  • My experience interning at the League of Women Voters has been nothing short of inspirational, and of course, educational. The League of Women of Voters United States is a professional environment with highly experienced, yet humble and encouraging staff that is committed to protecting and engaging American voters.

  • National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) is coming! More than 300 League of Women Voters affiliates nationwide have already signed on to hit the streets and help register voters as part of this year’s National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 27. To see what’s being planned, follow #voterregistrationday on social media.


  • We’ve crunched the numbers: League volunteers in 25 communities registered nearly 15,000 high school and community college students to vote this past spring.