The League Update

The League Update

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LWV The League Update, January 3, 2020


Continuing our countdown to the League’s 100th birthday celebration, we are only 42 days away from our historic Women Power the Vote Day of Action!


LWV The League Update, November 19, 2019

Since our founding, LWV has attracted a tenacious and powerful membership focused on realizing the potential of our democracy. In line with the fact that we were born from the suffrage movement, the theme of our 100th anniversary year is Women Power the Vote.

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LWV The League Update, November 7, 2019

A few words from Chris Carson...

As we look forward, 2020 is just around the corner—and so much exciting work with it. With primaries and the League’s 100th birthday only weeks away, I know many of you have already been planning for our packed year ahead. The national office has been hard at work creating tools and resources to help make 2020 a successful year for all Leagues around the country.

To that end, I want to remind you about a resource we created last year that acts as a comprehensive guide for all the support LWVUS provides for Leagues. The Guide to Services LWVUS Provides to Leagues is available on the front page of the League Management Site. It includes descriptions and helpful information for League members looking for support from the national office.

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The League of Women Voters on Thursday launched a "multi-million-dollar, multi-year" effort to end discriminatory gerrymandering, the practice of drawing electoral maps for political gain. The group announced plans to spend $500,000 this year alone.

A letter from our leadership team concerning this issue can be read PDF iconhere.

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LWV The League Update, October 24, 2019

A few words from Chris Carson...

Last week the House Administration Subcommittee on Elections held a hearing on voting rights and election administration in the U.S. We were so proud to have LWV CEO Virginia Kase deliver testimony on a panel featuring some additional outstanding civil rights organization leaders. "It is the duty of government to protect the rights of voters and to encourage participation in our political system, not create barriers that prevent participation,” Virginia told the Subcommittee. Watch or read her full testimony here.

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