Voting Rights

Voting Rights

Free the vote movement to restore voting rights
News

We are co-sponsoring ACA 6 because the fight for voting rights is not over!

Image Detail from one of the panels in the Votes for Women: The Road to Victory exhibit opening March 1 at the Ridgefield Library. Source: Patch Article Online
Event Date: 
Mar 1 2020 - 4:00pm to Mar 30 2020 - 6:00pm
Event location: 

Ridgefield Library

Talk with Dr. Kelly Marino followed by an opening reception
@ Ridgefield Library

Sunday, March 1, 4 PM (reception 5–6 PM)

"Let the People Decide" Event Flyer with photo of Director/Producer Gavin Guerra Hosted by Weston LWV Image
Event Date: 
Feb 23 2020 - 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Event location: 

Weston Public Library

Join the League of Women Voters and the Friends of the Weston Library for a special screening of the documentary, Let the People Decide.

Constitution Day - We The People Logo
Public Statement

League of Women Voters of Wisconsin and Two Registered Voters Challenge Voter Purge as Violating the U.S. Constitution

Wisconsin Acceptable Photo IDs
Public Statement

The LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF WISCONSIN and WISCONSIN ELECTION PROTECTION Respond to Executive Order #14 Concerning Photo IDs for Voting

 

 

voting booths
Public Statement

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF WISCONSIN and WISCONSIN ELECTION PROTECTION RELEASE 2018 MIDTERM ELECTION REPORT

January 24, 2019

Wisconsin voter
Blog Post

The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is excited to launch the Be A Wisconsin Voter video series in the weeks leading up to Wisconsin’s November 6th statewide election.

LWV Chicago members register voters at Cook County Jail
News

LWV members, including our student affiliates from the UChicago Democracy Initiative - UCDI, teamed up with members of Chicago Votes and Indivisible Chicago-South Side for another successful day of voter registration at the Cook County Jail on Feb

California DMV, motor voter, AB 1461, voting rights, voter registration, League of women voters of california lawsuit, aclu
Public Statement

Settlement in “Motor Voter” Case in Time for 2018 Elections

Texas early voting
News

Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos would break state law if he hands over personal information about voters to the president's "Election Integrity" Commission without meeting certain conditions.