This week, the United Nations (UN) hosted a summit on climate change with leaders from around the world. The League of Women Voters of the United States participated with a small group of civil society leaders at the Summit.
Yesterday, on National Voter Registration Day, in New York City and at hundreds of events around the country, League members reminded Americans that every election is important and that voter registration deadlines are rapidly approaching.
Today is National Voter Registration Day, a nationwide effort to register hundreds of thousands of voters on one single day. Here are three simple steps YOU can take to be a part of today’s voter registration efforts.
Research tells us that personally asking people to register and vote is the single-best thing we can do to help more Americans participate. Help us register new voters by sending our eCard to the people in your life who need to register to vote or update their registration!
In a win for voters, a federal judge ruled to restore early voting hours that had been cut in Ohio. The move, which comes just in time for the November election, follows tireless work on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Ohio and its partners.