LWVNC joined Democracy North Carolina and the North Carolina Black Alliance, with representation by Southern Coalition for Social Justice, to file a lawsuit regarding aspects of NC Senate Bill 747 that creates youth voting restri
"Women’s Equality Day is Aug. 26. It marks the anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment, granting some women the right to vote in 1920. Then, as now, women of color faced additional barriers to representation.
With the help of the 2021 AAJ Grant distributed by the SOLVE Coalition and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, The League of Women Voters of North Carolina contracted with League member Danielle M.
Democracy is fragile – it is certainly not something to be taken for granted. And while we tend to focus on the highest offices in the land – such as the President and the lawmakers in the U.S. Congress – it’s often what happens in our backyards that impacts our lives most. Many people are looking for a way to get involved in protecting our right to vote and supporting the basic infrastructure of our elections.
League members in North Carolina, we want to help you promote VOTE411.org! This page is meant to serve as a directory of resources. There's no need to "reinvent the wheel" – or a VOTE411 postcard, public service announcement, press release, or flyer – when the material you are looking for may already exist via this hub.
Today (May 11, 2022), the News & Observer published a letter to the editor submitted by the Board of Directors of the League of Women Voters of North Carolina regarding our commitment to ensuring that all people have equal access to repr