Increasing Voter Registration

LWVLA's Youth Empowered Solutions (YES!) is a dynamic and proactive committee. In partnership with LAUSD, other agencies and community groups, YES! develops programs and resources designed to: engage LA's diverse youth in their communities; help them identify their communities' needs; work collaboratively with students, faculty, and elected officials to seek solutions.

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The League of Women Voters of Fresno registered voters at the event. The student speakers were inspiring and reminded everyone to register to vote and VOTE.

Event Date: 
May 21 2018 - 10:15am
Event location: 

Arroyo Grande High School

Join League members and help register voters at high schools in our county.

To help out with this event, please contact Julie Rodewald.

First session is 10:23 am - 11:05 am.

Second session is 11:13 am - 11:55 am.

Event Date: 
Apr 18 2018 - 9:30am
Event location: 

Morro Bay High School

Join League members and help register voters at high schools in our county. For more information contact Julie Rodewald.

Event Date: 
May 9 2018 - 8:45am
Event location: 

Lopez Continuation High School

Join League members and help register voters at high schools in our county. To help out with this event, please contact Julie Rodewald.

Outdoor voter registration event

Registration Deadline: April 9

  • Register to vote online at the Ohio Secretary of State's website.
  • Register or update your registration at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
  • Pick up a hard copy voter registration form at your local library,high school, city or county clerk’s office, or public assistance office.
  • Request a hard copy voter registration form over the phone from your county Board of Elections.
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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut believes that the political process must be open to all citizens and that the right to vote with confidence in the election process and with adequate information with which to make informed decisions must be guaranteed for all.

Register to Vote!

Register to vote online or use paper registration forms which are available in public libraries, post offices, government offices, and the DMV. If you call your County Election Office, they will mail you a registration form.

To register online you will need:

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Increasing Voter Registration