On August 27, 2010, American Councils in Baku organized a round table discussion and reception to bring together Open World Leadership Center (OWLC) alumni hosted by the League of Women Voters. Event participants were Zaida Arguedas, Deputy Executive Director, Xandra Kayden, former LWVUS Board member, Terry R. Davidson, Public Affairs Officer of the U.S.

League Submits Testimony to Election Assistance Commission (EAC)

The League and other organizations submitted written testimony to the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) providing a set of recommendations for ongoing implementation of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993. Read the testimony below.

League Submits Testimony to Election Assistance Commission (EAC)

The League and other organizations submitted written testimony to the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) providing a set of recommendations for ongoing implementation of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993. Read the testimony below.

On August 2010 Kay Maxwell (former president of the League of Women Voters), Xandra Kayden (former board member of the League ) and Zaida Arguedas (the League’s deputy executive director)  traveled to Baku and Ganja, to be part of an international conference entitled "The Role of Women in Electoral Activities." The conference was a multi-country effort led by Dr.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont thanking him for his support in addressing the effects of climate change.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont thanking him for his support in addressing the effects of climate change.

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Dear Members of the League of Women Voters,

To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the League of Women Voters, I am sending you an article, attached as a PDF file, on the roots of the League in the woman suffrage movement, which is also celebrating its 90th anniversary.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts in response to his letter explaining his decision to vote against the DISCLOSE Act.

The League sent a letter to members of the Senate urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act when it is brought to the Senate floor this month.

The League, with coalition partners, sent letters to Senators Snowe and Collins of Maine urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act and oppose any amendments to kill or efforts to filibuster the legislation.

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