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The League of Women Voters of Delaware has released the Citizen's Guide to Registration and Voting, entitled: This Way to the Voting Booth 2018.

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The President of LWVUS announced the decision to waive the Student membership fee at the national level.

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To read about the LWV support for redistricting and what is being done, click 'read more' and find the link to in depth information appearing on the LWVUS website.

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The League of Women Voters of the United States supports the use of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact as a way to achieve direct popular vote for presidential elections until the abolition of the Electoral College is accomplished. Please "read more" to learn about this important effort.

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Get the lastest League scoop by watching episodes of the podcast, What Would Alice Paul Do? Created by volunteers with the LWV, they share stories, tips and how-tos to make sure you have the tools and confidence you need to actively engage your community.

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Members of the League of Women Voters of Sussex County participated in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. parade on January 13th in Lewes to honor the civil rights leader. 

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Public Statement

The League of Women Voters of Sussex County, DE, celebrated National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 26th by holding two voter registration events at Delaware Technical Community College.