Category: Action Alerts, Current Topics

League Praises Step Towards Immigration Reform

LEAGUE PRAISES IMMIGRATION STEP Support for Family-Focused Executive Order Washington, D.C. – The League of Women Voters of the U.S. reacted to today’s announcement by … Read More

U.S. Senate Votes NO on Keystone XL Pipeline, League is Optimistic

President Elisabeth MacNamara comments on the US Senate’s decision to vote DOWN the Keystone XL Pipeline. Washington, DC – “Today’s vote in the U.S. Senate … Read More

Last Chance for Action on Limiting Carbon Pollution!

An important opportunity to take action and fight climate change is coming to a close. The deadline to comment on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) … Read More

LWV Lane County celebrates 75 years!

The League of Women Voters celebrates 75 years in Lane County! On October 19th, 2014, supporters gathered to celebrate the League’s 75th Anniversary at the … Read More

Election Day is Coming! Are You Registered?

On September 23rd of this year, National Voter Registration Day was a huge success! Together, over 2,000 organizations, including nearly 400 state and local Leagues … Read More

Register for the 2014 Fall Workshop!

Click Here to Register for the 2014 Fall Workshop!  

Oregon Comes Together for the People’s Climate March!

Update: All those marching in the Portland Oregon Peoples Climate March, be sure to include our handle @LWVofORegon in your Tweets so we know you … Read More

League Announces Positions on 2014 Oregon Ballot Measures

The League of Women Voters of Oregon releases its official positions on the 2014 General Election Oregon State Ballot Measures. The League of Women Voters … Read More

TAKE ACTION! Voting Rights Stalled in the U.S. House

For 49 years, the Voting Rights Act (VRA) has protected the right to vote regardless of race or language. The VRA was a cornerstone achievement of … Read More

Fighting Climate Change: Make Your Voice Heard

Posted on July 28, 2014 by Elisabeth MacNamara, League President. In June, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced a proposal to set the first-ever limits on carbon … Read More