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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.

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    Tu Voto, Tu Voz 2

    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.

  • At National Convention we re-launched the Leadership Fund as the Fund for Local League Growth, which solely supports the Membership and Leadership Development Program. As part of this Convention, we also honored the volunteer state and national coaches who help make this program successful!

  • In the 1920s, Eleanor Roosevelt served as vice president for legislative affairs at the League, monitoring federal legislation and hearings in Congress. Watch this short video about how Eleanor's membership changed the League -- and how the League changed her.

  • Increased accessibility to the electoral process is essential to ensuring a representative electoral process and every citizen’s right to vote. The fight for the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) was long and arduous, but the League stayed the course.

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    Women as Voters

    The third part of the Educational Forum Series, The Changing Faces of Power: Women in Politics, was held on March 25, 2008 at the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum in Washington DC. The series of events was hosted by the League of Women Voters and Sewall-Belmont House & Museum.

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