MEDIA ALERT                                                                   Contact: (XX League contact)                                                              <contact’s email and phone>



Registration Information Available at


<your city and state> – With our state’s voter registration deadline less than <a xxxx> away, hundreds of thousands of eligible voters in <your state> remain unregistered to vote or still need to update their registration information to reflect recent moves or name changes, reports the League of Women Voters of <your League>.

Voter registration information for <your state>, as well as a national bilingual online voter registration tool, is easy to access at Please share this important information so that your <readers/listeners/viewers> know how to check their registration status or update their information if needed.

League of Women Voters volunteers are registering tens of thousands of new voters in local communities nationwide, focusing on seeking out potential new voters at schools, bus stops, grocery stores, baseball games, community centers, and more.  Last Tuesday, September 25, approximately 250 local League chapters joined more than a thousand national, regional, and local organizations in participating in National Voter Registration Day (NVRD). This single day of coordinated field, technology and media efforts aimed to create widespread awareness of voter registration opportunities and upcoming deadlines. Altogether, NVRD’s nationwide network of partners successfully helped nearly 300,000 Americans, and counting, register to vote.

The League remains committed to reaching and registering more voters in the time that remains. Contact <your state contact person phone and website> for more information.

WHAT: Nonpartisan effort to reach remaining unregistered voters before <your state> deadline

WHEN: Deadline to register in <your state> is <actual deadline date>

HOW: Promote or contact the League for additional details 

WHY: All Americans have an equal say on Election Day, but only if they are registered to vote.  


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