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    Your Chance to Choose

    LWVUS President Mary Wilson and other voters speak out about why they vote. They show that when it comes to registering to vote, finding your polling place and getting up-to-date election information there is no better resource than www.VOTE411.org. This video is part of the Freedom of Expression through Film campaign, a public awareness effort dedicated to voter education and self expression. Share this video with your friends and family to motivate them to vote on Election Day.

  • After a sixteen year period in which there were no public presidential debates, the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) sponsored three presidential debates in 1976.

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    Tu Voto, Tu Voz 1

    La League of Women Voters de los Estados Unidos (LWVUS por sus siglas en inglés) junto con ZGS Communications, la empresa de televisión con el mayor número de canales afiliados a Telemundo, se han unido para lanzar la campaña Tu Voto, Tu Voz, la cual busca promover la inscripción y la participación de la población hispana/latina de los Estados Unidos en los procesos electorales.

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    "Head to the Polls"

    Becky Cain - GOTV Mr. Potato Head "Head to the Polls" Campaign 1996
  • On Monday, June 11, 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder spoke to the League of Women Voters 50th National Convention in Washington, DC about the challenges to voting rights, protecting all voters and strengthening America's elections systems.
  • With a pivotal Election Day around the corner, the League of Women Voters of the United States held a forum on Thursday, October 28, 2010, to discuss the trends that will impact civic participation among young people.

  • Kathleen Hall Jamieson is a Professor of Communication at the Annenberg Schooland Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania
  • One of three PSAs encouraging viewers to Register, Vote and Be Heard.  These PSAs are part of the Freedom of Expression through Film campaign, a public awareness effort dedicated to voter education and self expression.  Featuring Oscar® nominated actress Virginia Madsen, the campaign aims to encourage women to express themselves in life, politics and beauty – specifically by voting for what they believe in and taking care of their health and skin.

  • In the 1928 Presidential campaign the League took to radio. In the ten months preceeding the November election, the Voters Service of the League put on a half hour program each week over the National Broadcasting Company. One of the programs was called the Undergraduate Looks at the Campaign. Participants were (left to right) Maxon H. Eddy, (Yale) Elizabeth E. Hughes, (Barnard) Miss Gertrude Ely, (Bryn Mawr) Sarah Jackson, (Vassar) James Rooselvelt, (Harvard)

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