President Kathy Chiron’s report to the League of Women Voters National Capital Area at the President’s Lunch on October 5, 2018.
Full Vidoe Archive of the Candidate Forum for the At-Large Race for the D.C. City Council on September 27, 2018.
LWV Optimistic As Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Extreme Gerrymandering Case
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a landmark case on the critical intersection of racial gerrymandering and partisan gerrymandering.
Op Ed by Melinda Hamilton, President, League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area
Still don't know what's on the ballot? Take a look at the LWVDC Voter Guide for the November 8 General Elections.
"Now is the time to make our voices heard, to awaken the activist inside each of us, and the most powerful way to do that is to vote."
Our aim in this letter is to urge you to keep one thing front and center: America’s voters.
The League sent comments to the Census Bureau regarding the decision to continue using the “usual residence” rule. The rule counts incarcerated citizens at their prison addresses rather than their home addresses.
League of Women Voters poised to reach 1 in 5 in the U.S. with voter information in 2016
This is an 8-0 decision that reinforces basic constitutional principles and previous holdings by the Supreme Court. This is a big win," said President MacNamara.
Implementation of automatic voter registration will greatly improve the ability of the Board of Elections to maintain up-to-date records of citizens registered to vote in the District of Columbia.
Millions of voters will vote in the presidential primaries. The rules about the primaries, including when they are held and who can participate, vary widely by state. Here’s a quick look to help answer your questions about this pivotal part of our voting system.
Knight Foundation announces $100,000 in support to expand access to nonpartisan elections information.