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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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Saturday, May 3, 2014 - 10am-5pm EDT

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotels 215 South Illinois Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN
Please register by Noon, April 30 to ensure receipt of lunch and all materials.

Find the facts about voting at Before the next election, register and find your polling place.

The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ), is partnering with LWVTN and a few other state Leagues in key states, as well as other organizations throughout the country, in connection with its new voter education initiative on the courts and election of judges. The project is called NAWJ Informed Voters--Fair Judges Project. This film, Fair and Free features former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and will stream online January 15th.

Read the reprint from LWVN HC Reports on ACA & Implementation (July-November 2013)

Your League in action: Click here to see the TennCare Expansion petition delivered to Gov. Haslam's office. (Please wait through the commercial)-- See also

The LWVTN Succeeded as a plaintiff in the lawsuit protesting the TN Dept of Commerce & Insurance Emergency Rules on navigators and the League's role as a plaintiff in this complaint. Talking Points See the LWVN President Debby Gould video: We are in the Washington Post See the Final Judgment

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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization which encourages the informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose any political candidate or party.

Established in 1920, the League of Women Voters is a highly respected organization that researches issues from many points of view and takes action on issues affecting our families and communities. Our members are men and women who want to make a difference. For your community: * Improving the quality of education

  • Monitoring the balance between civil liberties and homeland security
  • Working to ensure ALL eligible people can vote
  • Encouraging active participation of citizens in government

    For yourself: * Increasing camaraderie and community spirit

  • Researching issues
  • Facilitating community dialogues
  • Creating change

The League is Working for Voters Year-Round: League members work to register, educate and inform voters on the issues that affect them. Providing quality, nonpartisan voter education remains one of our most important and well-known activities

The League publishes the Tennessee Voter