This week, the League attended a special meeting on Capitol Hill conducted by Senators Mark Begich and Harry Reid concerning voting rights.
This week marks the 166th anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention, the 1848 meeting responsible for making the first formal demand for women’s suffrage.
In Ohio and elsewhere, state and local Leagues are responding to elections law changes of all kinds by providing voters with accurate, up-to-date voting resources and information.
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.
This Independence Day, honor our nation and democracy by encouraging your fellow citizens to register to vote or update their voter registration record.
Help celebrate the 48th anniversary of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by exercising your right to know!
Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the 26th Amendment, which opened up the voting process to millions of young Americans.
The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is disappointed with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in McCullen v. Coakley that the Massachusetts buffer zone law, as written, is unconstitutional.