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LWVUS Call to Action: Submit a Census Comment
Published on: 7/16/2018
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has directed the department to include a citizenship question on the U.S. Census. Including this question on the Census will discourage participation and impact the data collected in every community across the country. This decision is bad for the Census, bad for our communities, and bad for America.

Now is the time for you to act! Submit a comment about the U.S. Census questions today!

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LWVUS Joins Call Against Hate
Published on: 8/11/2018
LWVUS has joined the Anti-Defamation League, Muslim Advocates, and the NAACP to issue a joint statement on white nationalists' plan to demonstrate in Washington, D.C:

We ... stand in direct opposition of the 'Unite the Right' message with our own:

We believe there is strength and beauty in our diversity, and that love, not hate, is the way to unite our country.

Notice Hits 1 Million Users in 2018
Published on: 7/30/2018
Election Information Website Sees More Traffic in Midterm Cycle
Washington, DC – This month the election information website surpassed expectations and hit the 1 million user milestone before primary elections are complete. VOTE411 has the most comprehensive nationwide coverage with more candidate statements than any other election site. With so many voters using the site, powered by the League of Women Voters, VOTE411 is on track to have its best year ever.
We Strongly Support Amendments Y and Z on the November Ballot
Published on: 8/8/2018
We urge a 'yes' vote on both proposals to create independent commissions to draw state legislative districts and Colorado's Congressional districts.
Common Cause Lists Colorado ALEC members
A public records request by Common Cause has exposed 15 Colorado state legislators as members of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).


Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall Recognized for Post-Election Audit
Published on: 9/11/2018
DENVER, Sept. 5, 2018 -- Secretary of State Wayne Williams tonight honored four Coloradans who proposed and shepherded legislation requiring Colorado to conduct the kind of post-election audits that are now drawing rave reviews nationwide from election security officials.

Williams presented awards to Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall, former clerks Jack Arrowsmith of Douglas County and Pam Anderson of Jefferson County, and Trey Rogers, former Gov. Bill Ritter’s legal counsel.
Update on Climate Change Lawsuit
Published on: 7/4/2018
LWVUS and LWV/Oregon are participating as friends of the court in the landmark climate change lawsuit Juliana v. United States. Trial date is October 29th, 2018.