Looking for something specific? Try the advanced search page.
“The President must veto. Keystone is not in our national interest,” says League President Elisabeth MacNamara.
“We are pleased that the President has launched another salvo in his broad-based attack on climate change,” said Elisabeth MacNamara, president of the League of Women Voters of the United States.
Representative Steve Scalise’s recent comments regarding the League of Women Voters were misinformed. We are committed to working for all voters regardless of their party affiliation.
“The President’s executive action, while a good start, is just a temporary first step. Congress needs to stop pointing fingers and get to work on this vital issue." said national League President Elisabeth MacNamara.
"Today's Keystone decision is encouraging and puts the health and safety of Americans ahead of blind reliance on fossil fuels," said President MacNamara.
"Voters should not have to face an obstacle course in order to participate in our democracy," said MacNamara of the victory for voters.
Today, after months of relentless attack ads and millions of dollars in dark money campaign spending, American voters are casting their ballots and making their voices heard.
Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters is proud to participate in National Voter Registration Day 2014 (NVRD), a 50-state effort to register hundreds of thousands of voters on one single day.
Tens of thousands of people could find it harder to vote as Kansas and Arizona seek to impose strict proof of citizenship requirements
“This decision gives us a new tool to fight partisan gerrymandering,” said President MacNamara.
Join our online community