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Submitted by Tennessee Valley in December 2019.
Downtown Huntsville Public Library - Auditorium -
Mark your calendars for our monthly League of Women Voters meeting on Climate Change in North Alabama on January 22, 2020 at the Downtown Huntsville Library. Climate Change guest speakers are Azita Amiri and Daniel Tait!
Submitted by Kent County, Delaware in December 2019.
The Green Turtle Grill
Is there a better way to vote? Learn about alternatives to "The Lesser of Two Evils" elections.
The LWVDE Alternative Voting Methodologies Study Team will present in each Delaware county in Jan/Feb 2020. The sessions will cover:
Submitted by New Castle County in December 2019.
Route 9 Library & Innovation Center
Submitted by Orange, Durham and Chatham Counties, Inc. in December 2019.
The U.S. House will soon vote on HR4, the Voting Rights Advancement Act!
New Congressional Maps in North Carolina will stand for 2020, Court Rules December 02, 2019
Submitted by in December 2019.
The LWVODC Redistricting Reform Team regularly meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Contact: Jennifer Bremer
Submitted by Nassau County Inter-League Organization in November 2019.
During the early voting period, the League conducted a statewide survey to find out about New Yorkers' experiences voting early for the first time.
Submitted by Wheaton, Illinois in November 2019.
Warrenville Public Library
Do you need to register to vote? Have you moved or changed your name since you last voted?