• Mrs. Hassel Halverson of Grand Forks, North Dakota at the Parade at the League of Women Voters 1958 Convention, Atlantic City
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    Mrs. A. H. Fetters

    Mrs. A. H. Fetters, state president of Nebraska
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    Miss Belle Sherwin

    Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the National League of Women Voters
  • As a part of a state-wide effort to promote local government reforms in the fall of 1967, members of the League of Women Voters of Colorado gather on the steps of the statehouse at Denver with symbolic ball and chain, calling for constitutional amendment to "unchain local government."
  • October 28-39,1975. Bill Ryan, Voter editor, Margaret Sutherland, President, LWV- Nebraska; Gwen Murphee, ETF Chairman, Ruth Hinerfled, IR Chairman.
  • Third panel of "An Era of Polarized Politics -- and Does it Matter?" Panelists include Nancy Tate, Executive Director, LWV; Dr. Pietro Nivola, Vice President, Brookings Institution, Director of Governance Studies Program, and editor of“Red & Blue Nation”; Dr. William Galston, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution and Ron Brownstein, Political Director, Atlantic Media, and author of “The Second Civil War.” Closing comments by Mary Wilson, President, LWV.

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  • A small group of distinguished women political leaders from Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States met at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, for a roundtable discussion on the dramatic advances achieved by women seeking public office in the past ten years—and the challenges currently facing women in electoral politics. The conference, Women in the Americas: Paths to Political Power, was co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the United States, PROLEAD of the Inter-American Development Bank, the Inter-American Dialogue, and the Organization of American States Summits of the Americas Secretariat.

  • Remarks for Secretary Kathleen Sebelius from the League of Women Voters 2010 Convention in Atlanta, Georgia on June 15, 2010

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