Citizen’s Right to Vote

Citizen’s Right to Vote

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

Research & Studies

Report of Gov. Tom Wolf's Redistricting Reform Commission, issued Aug. 29, 2019. LWVPA President Susan Carty was a member of the commission.



Charlotte is fortunate to have an office of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The office (6130 Tyvola Centre Road) sponsors naturalization ceremonies most Tuesdays and Thursdays during the year. Members of Leagues throughout the country attend ceremonies in their local areas to assist our newest citizens in registering to vote.

Event Date: 
Jan 4 2020 - 9:00am
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The League of Women Voters of Lee County Florida invites the public to Presidential Elections…Making Every Vote Equal, an educational program on The National Popular Vote (NPV) movement in the U.S.; the history of the Ele

League of Women Voters 1920
Event Date: 
Feb 22 2020 - 11:30am to 2:00pm
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Embassy Suites

Women won the vote!






Study is the process of formally investigating and discussing a body of facts (including policy implications) whether supporting or contravening a working hypothesis, leading to or including a statement of position.

A study can be part of any League’s “Program,” can take place at the local, state or national level, and is usually designed to provide the League with a basis for future political action. The two basic types of League studies are Concurrence and Consensus.