Ann Arbor Area

Ann Arbor Area

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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Know Your Voting Rights - Be sure to click on Read More to find voter information resources and link to view the recorded meeting.

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Want to register to vote but are uncertain what to do?  Wondering how to cast your vote after you've registered.  These short videos, developed by LWVAAA, are for anyone with questions about the process.

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The League of Women Voters has joined the ACLU-led

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LWV-AAA Candidate forums for the November 3rd election are being scheduled and preparations laid.  The forums will be held on Zoom, recorded and then available  for viewing in a variety of ways

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Although we have passed the landmark dates in the Women’s Suffrage movement, there are still activities on the Centennial Celebration calendar and other ways to learn about and honor the women who won the vote.

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Event Date: 
Sep 22 2020 (All day)

Are you registered to vote?  Did you move and forget to update your registration?  Check your status at VOTE411.org  

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Census 2020 Volunteering

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This 17-minute video  was made with the voices of formerly incarcerated men and women
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Steven Levitsky, Harvard Professor of Government and co-author of How Democracies Die, was our guest for the June Brews & Views.

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Graphic designer Eric Oppitz (shown here with his wife Lauren) won the Ann Arbor city-wide contest to redesign their “I Voted” sticker.  His design will be distributed at all polling places in the city during the 2020 election and stickers will be

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VOTE411.org Wins Webby People's Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website
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Do you have a personal or family story about voting?