Yesterday, millions of Americans in states across the country cast ballots in some 5,500 local and state elections. Voters recognized that voting is your chance to stand up for what matters most, even during an “off-year” election.
On December 3, we ask that you think of the League as you reflect on the need to strengthen our country and our great democracy. Pledge to support the League’s work to engage voters and to increase understanding of major public policy issues on #GivingTuesday.
Although it's not a presidential election year, voting and participating in our democracy remains as crucial as ever. With Election Day just days away, now is the time for all eligible voters to familiarize ourselves with the issues and candidates on our ballots.
President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency have proposed a first-ever federal carbon pollution standard for every new power plant built. Tell the EPA you support this regulation to control carbon pollution and fight global warming.
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission (FEC), a case many have dubbed "the next Citizens United." Why is this case so important? Money, big money.
The League of Women Voters has been at the forefront of the environmental protection movement for decades, consistently supporting legislation to preserve our nation’s natural resources, prevent climate change and protect our public health.