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MADISON, WI –  While the League of Women Voters explore legal strategies concerning last Friday's court order to immediately purge 234,000 voters from the rolls, it is important for voters to know they can check their voter registration

Proclamation
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One of the key parts of  work being done is Wisconsin Native Vote.

Chautauqua
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On September 7th and 8th, 2019, Wisconsin United to Amend will hold a Chautauqua at the Dunn County Historical Society, in Menomonie.

Centennial Anniversary
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The League was highlighted this week in a column by Dave Zweifel in The Cap Times. The article touches on the League's history, recent work for voting rights, and a call for all to join in the upcoming Centennial Anniversary event on June 23.

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[MADISON, Wis.] – Despite the heroic efforts of municipal clerks preparing and mailing out an unprecedented number of absentee ballots in Wisconsin’s April 7 election (more than 1.2 million ballot requests were made), the system ex

VOTE411 Election Information You Need
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[MADISON, Wis.] - To provide Wisconsin voters with essential information about the upcoming Partisan Primary on August 11, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin (LWVWI) has published our fall voter guide on

voting in the time of coronavirus
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(MADISON, Wis.) – Wisconsin voters encountered widespread confusion and numerous obstacles to voting during April’s statewide elections, a report issued today by Wisc

Election
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Out of concerns for public health and safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is encouraging all voters to learn more about their absentee and early voting options. 

It was either show up and risk your health or lose your right to vote
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WISCONSIN—Following Tuesday’s Spring election, in which hundreds of thousands of voters experienced ballot shortages, long lines, confusion, and the choice between their health and their constitutional right to vote, th