The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is designed to ensure the candidate who wins the most popular votes is elected president.
The following is a special message from League of Women Voters of Michigan President Christina Schlitt, regarding the passage of HR1⏤For the People Act.
For the League’s centennial, LWVUS launched a virtual speakers series entitled Women Power the Vote.
The DPL/LWV Detroit webinar series kicks off the 2021 season with a presentation from LWV Detroit president Rhonda Craig, who will tell the story of African American women who fought for the right of women to vote in the U.S.
Many of us are wondering what we can do to further the mission of the Black Lives Matter movement. The LWVMI Board recently discussed this list of 100 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice.
You may be new to protesting and not really sure how to “show up” at a public demonstration. For that reason, LWVUS has developed a resource for you.
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is asking everyone to spread the word about voter registration and voting safety during the pandemic….
October is Voter Education Month. Make your 2020 Voting Plan for how you will cast your vote safely and securely on or before Tuesday, November 3.
Questions concerning Absentee Ballots are answered in the Voting 101 video produced by the City of Southfield, MI and Get Out The Vote (GOTV)…
On August 17, 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified, bringing a long and hard-fought campaign to allow women the right to vote to a successful conclusion.