• Washington, DC --The League of Women Voters Education Fund announced today that Zaida Arguedas, Deputy Executive Director and Senior Director of Global Democracy Programs will travel to Egypt later this week to address women’s rights in advance of the upcoming elections.


  • North Carolina League speaks out for Voters’ Rights

  • Washington, DC – The League of Women voters today announced a new television ad in Massachusetts that is part of their ongoing “People not Polluters” (www.peoplenotpolluters.org) campaign to educate voters about the public health consequences of anti-Clean Air Act votes in Congress. 

  • Three Local Leagues Recognized for Outstanding Youth Engagement

  • But Public Financing of Elections Survives

    Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters today expressed profound disappointment at the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in McComish v. Bennett.

  • League of Women Voters Urges House to Oppose HR 672

    Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters today urged Members of Congress to oppose HR 672, proposed legislation which would terminate the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) and transfer some of its functions to the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

  • League of Women Voters Unveils High School Voter Registration Training Manual

    Washington, DC- As Election 2012 begins to heat up in earnest across the country, League of Women Voters President Elisabeth MacNamara today announced the release of a new training manual geared toward empowering organizations to help eligible high school students register and vote in 2012. 

  • League of Women Voters launches seven-figure television ad blitz and online campaign criticizing votes by Massachusetts Senator Brown and Missouri Senator McCaskill to block air pollution standards

    April 29, 2011 - Washington, DC: The League of Women Voters today launched a seven-figure television ad campaign calling public attention to the votes by Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) and Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) earlier this month to block new air pollution standards. The accountability ads call on both Senators to “protect the people, not the polluters.”

  • Washington, DC - The League of Women Voters is dismayed by the U.S. Department of Justice’s recent decision to allow the state of Georgia to implement a discriminatory requirement that new voters provide a Passport or other proof of citizenship in order to register to vote. 

  • Washington, DC - The following is a statement by Elisabeth MacNamara, president of the League of Women Voters of the U.S.:

    “Today the U.S. House of Representatives voted to stop the Clean Air Act from going forward. 

    “If the House gets its way, EPA would be permanently blocked from regulating harmful carbon pollution. 

    “The House of Representatives is out-of-touch with reality -- the climate change tsunami is coming.”

     

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