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A bipartisan bill could end Kentucky's "outlier" status on felony disenfranchisement — if Republican leaders give it a chance to pass.
A toxic political atmosphere and the prospect of armed poll monitors have some worried it might keep voters away.
This week I talked with LGBTQ ally Jennifer Camille Lee, founder and co-leader of Action Illinois a progressive advocacy
They say Republicans deliberately redrew district lines to benefit their party.
"It is beyond unacceptable that the state of Missouri has launched a photo ID requirement while not sufficiently preparing, educating voters, or funding it."
If you don't show up for this meeting, some people (I'm not saying me, personally) might think this type of avoidance behavior
These final debates are the last chance voters get to try and understand the candidates' views on the big issues, and for you, the moderators, to probe more deeply into subjects they've glossed over or avoided.
If you haven't already, register to vote here, and make sure to actually get out there and vote. Thanks! Another org that
With the Democratic and Republican nominees selected, the presidential debates are just around the corner. The venues and dates for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's three bouts are set, but many important details are yet to be worked out, likely behind closed doors.
In a sense, Donald Trump is correct that women who have abortions if the procedure is banned should face "some sort of punishment." Before you misconstrue my opinion, please note that I have always been an advocate of pro-choice.
Will future panelists throw more softball questions for fear of criticism? Will other news channels be more hesitant to air
And they're threatening to sue.
Ninety-five years ago, after tireless work by generations of advocates, the 19th Amendment, finally, became the law of the land guaranteeing the right to vote for women. One hundred years ago, the success of the 19th Amendment did not seem so inevitable.
Tell Congress to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act by Restoring Its Key Protections
The League of Women Voters has been standing its ground in the fight against discrimination and for voting rights for 95 years, and restoring the VRA is an important step to keep our elections fair, free and accessible.
Carrie Chapman Catt founded the League upon the belief that the vote is the "emblem" of equality. That's why our work today
The League of Women Voters, which does take policy stances on issues such as campaign finance reform and the environment