Citizen’s Right to Vote

Citizen’s Right to Vote

Protect the right of all citizens to vote; encourage all citizens to vote.

Voter Registration Day
Event Date: 
Sep 22 2020 - 11:00am
Event location: 

One World Cafe

The League of Women Voters of Moscow is participating in National Voter Registration Day by assisting community members with the voter registration process.

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Event Date: 
Sep 22 2020 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

On your computer/tablet or phone

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Register to Vote
Event Date: 
Sep 20 2020 - 1:00pm
Event location: 

Cantigny Park

Do you need to register to vote? Have you moved or changed your name since you last voted? Stop by the outdoor Voter Registration table to register to vote from 1 to 3 p.m.

Blog Post

Without dwelling unnecessarily on our book club’s review of The Color of Law it’s worth commenting on their bewilderment over the author’s allegation that Chief Justice John Roberts got his facts wrong when Roberts wrote that “if resident

Drive-thru voter registration
Event Date: 
Sep 21 2020 - 2:00pm
Event location: 

Carol Stream Public Library

Are you registered to vote at your current address? Do you have questions about the 2020 voting process?

Drive-thru voter registration
Event Date: 
Sep 19 2020 - 12:00pm
Event location: 

Carol Stream Public Library

Are you registered to vote at your current address? Do you have questions about the 2020 voting process?

Voter Registration at Palace Coffee Company
News

Coffee Break: LWV Registers Voters at Palace Coffee Company

Voters in Voting Booths
Blog Post

Proposition 17: Would Allow Parolees to Vote

There is a big difference between probation and parole in criminal justice and, at least in California, when it comes to having the right to vote.

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Action Alerts

Our State Representatives will be reconvening on September 15. We need sufficient legislation to expand absentee voting, remove the witness requirement, allow the use of secure drop boxes, and provide election officials more time to process ballots.

The SC Senate met on Wednesday, September 2, and passed election reform measures; their bill now goes to the House on September 15. The Senate bill is an improvement but a lot less than we have asked for, a lot less than the State Election Commission and South Carolina Association of Registration and Election Officials asked for, and in some ways more restrictive than current law.

Phone or email your representative. It's important that the SC legislature hear from as many constituents as possible.

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