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League of Women Voters of Hudson & League of Women Voters, Akron Area
Denouncing Racism. Defending Democracy

May 30, 2020

The Hudson and Akron Leagues of Women Voters condemn the recent threats of violence to Ohio Representative Emilia Sykes and Ohio Senator Vernon Sykes. These threats are outrageous, reprehensible and must not be tolerated. While the League of Women Voters (LWV) condemns all threats, of an
...    click to story   


Columbus Dispatch
About 5,500 provisional ballots rejected because voters didn’t qualify to vote in person
 
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About 5,500 ballots that were cast in person on Ohio’s delayed primary election were not counted b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVUS
LWVUS Responds to Police Killing of George Floyd

WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters of the United States issued the following statement in reference to the murder of George Floyd:

The League of Women Voters grieves the murders of George Floyd and the countless other Black lives that have been tragically taken at the hands of rogue law enforc
...    click to newspaper link   


NPR
We're Running Out Of Time: Census Turns To Congress To Push Deadlines
 
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A group of House Democrats introduced a bill Wednesday that would push back major deadlines for the ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Cleveland.com
Ohio Senate passes bill restricting elections changes
 
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would prevent any state official ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Ohio Capitol Journal
Here’s what is being proposed in Ohio for the 2020 General Election
 
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What will this November’s General Election look like? Should Ohio allow in-person voting, or inste ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NBC News
Trump rants about fraud. But here's the secret to keeping voting by mail secure.
 
news picture
President Donald Trump insists there's "NO WAY" an election with increased mail-in voting will be le ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
State officials condemn threat of violence against Emilia and Vernon Sykes
 
news picture
Ohio House Minority Leader Emilia Sykes received a call over the weekend threatening harm against he ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
Pandemic Puts A Crimp On Voter Registration, Potentially Altering Electorate
 
news picture
No door-to-door canvassing. Public gatherings are canceled. Motor vehicle offices are closed. Natura ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Crains Cleveland Business
Opinion: Ohio readies for the COVID election
 
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In an April poll, two-thirds of Americans said the coronavirus pandemic would "significantly disrupt ...    click to newspaper link   
 

IntelligenceSquared Debates
Debate: The Electoral College Has Outlived Its Usefulness
 
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Five American presidents — two in the last 20 years — have assumed office without winning the po ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Hill
Trump threatens to withhold Michigan, Nevada funding over mail-in voting

President Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after its secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson (D), announced all of the state’s registered voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in the mail this year.

Trump falsely claimed that Benson sent ballots, and
...    click to newspaper link   


Brennan Center for Justice
Dirty Tricks: Eight Falsehoods that Could Undermine the 2020 Election
 
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The 2020 election will be hard-fought and divisive. The Covid-19 pandemic has already caused major d ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWV
VOTE411.org Wins Webby People's Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website

WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Women Voters Education Fund announced today that VOTE411.org, its one-stop-shop for election information, has been named Best Government & Civil Innovation Website in the 24th Annual Webby People’s Voice Awards.

“We work to make critical election information more ac
...    click to newspaper link   


City Club of Cleveland
2020 Law Day: The 19th Amendment at 100
 
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President Dwight Eisenhower established the first Law Day in 1958 to mark the nation's commitment to ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Fulcrum
Time to engage the biggest electoral bloc: Americans who are not voters
 
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Fisher is deputy director of Unite America, which works to enact and helps finance political reform ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Washingtonn Post
Voting registration activists are shifting their message to health care during the coronavirus pande
 
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May 18, 2020 at 5:36 a.m. EDT Wesley Watson could not have predicted just how well his previous job ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Editorial: Make elections convenient, secure with mail-in ballots
 
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Posted May 13, 2020 at 4:31 AM This editorial represents the opinion of the Dispatch editorial b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Editorial: Minor changes would make voting safe, fair for Ohioans
 
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By Akron Beacon Journal Editorial Board Posted May 16, 2020 at 10:19 PM The clock is ticking on ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
House Passes $3 Trillion Aid Bill Over Republican Opposition
 
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WASHINGTON — A divided House narrowly passed a $3 trillion pandemic relief package on Friday to se ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
In COVID-19 Relief Bill, House Democrats Propose Pushing Census Deadlines
 
news picture
As the U.S. Census Bureau resumes some 2020 census field operations put on hold by the pandemic, Hou ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Public News Service
Good Government Groups Push for Voting Reforms
 
news picture
The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition is pressing for a number of voting reforms to make voting safer and ...    click to newspaper link   
 

ideastream
Voting Rights Group Wants More Opportunities For Early Voting This Year
 
news picture
Ohio’s secretary of state says an election day with in-person voting is still the plan for this fa ...    click to newspaper link   
 

National Geographic
A pandemic nearly derailed the women's suffrage movement
 
news picture
Women overcame influenza, social distancing, and political bias to win the right to vote.
Whe
...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
Hudson residents look at warmer future
 
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That question was at the heart of the League of Women Voters’ third of four planned workshops on c ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
League of Women Voters hosting candidate forum
 
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The League of Women Voters of the Akron Area and the League of Women Voters of Hudson are sponsoring ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
November 7: A Climate Change Investigation (Workshop 2)
 
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The community is invited to joint the League of Women Voters of Hudson for the second workshop of it ...    click to story   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Beacon Journal: Interactive voter guide
 
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Welcome to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com’s online voter guide for the Nov. 5 general election. See w ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
New York Times: Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The clock was ticking for Jen Miller.

The state of Ohio had released names of 23
...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
General Election Candidate Information and Issues Available on VOTE411.ORG

Hudson OH - Early voting for the 2019 Ohio General Election begins on October 8 and continues until Election Day, November 5. Information on the candidates and ballot issues is available on an online site, VOTE411.org, sponsored by th ...    click to story   





Coronavirus Pandemic News Update
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LWV Hudson PSA


League of Women Voters of Hudson & League of Women Voters, Akron Area
Denouncing Racism. Defending Democracy

May 30, 2020

The Hudson and Akron Leagues of Women Voters condemn the recent threats of violence to Ohio Representative Emilia Sykes and Ohio Senator Vernon Sykes. These threats are outrageous, reprehensible and must not be tolerated. While the League of Women Voters (LWV) condemns all threats, of an
...    click to story   


Columbus Dispatch
About 5,500 provisional ballots rejected because voters didn’t qualify to vote in person
 
news picture
About 5,500 ballots that were cast in person on Ohio’s delayed primary election were not counted b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVUS
LWVUS Responds to Police Killing of George Floyd

WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters of the United States issued the following statement in reference to the murder of George Floyd:

The League of Women Voters grieves the murders of George Floyd and the countless other Black lives that have been tragically taken at the hands of rogue law enforc
...    click to newspaper link   


NPR
We're Running Out Of Time: Census Turns To Congress To Push Deadlines
 
news picture
A group of House Democrats introduced a bill Wednesday that would push back major deadlines for the ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Cleveland.com
Ohio Senate passes bill restricting elections changes
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would prevent any state official ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Ohio Capitol Journal
Here’s what is being proposed in Ohio for the 2020 General Election
 
news picture
What will this November’s General Election look like? Should Ohio allow in-person voting, or inste ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NBC News
Trump rants about fraud. But here's the secret to keeping voting by mail secure.
 
news picture
President Donald Trump insists there's "NO WAY" an election with increased mail-in voting will be le ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
State officials condemn threat of violence against Emilia and Vernon Sykes
 
news picture
Ohio House Minority Leader Emilia Sykes received a call over the weekend threatening harm against he ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
Pandemic Puts A Crimp On Voter Registration, Potentially Altering Electorate
 
news picture
No door-to-door canvassing. Public gatherings are canceled. Motor vehicle offices are closed. Natura ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Crains Cleveland Business
Opinion: Ohio readies for the COVID election
 
news picture
In an April poll, two-thirds of Americans said the coronavirus pandemic would "significantly disrupt ...    click to newspaper link   
 

IntelligenceSquared Debates
Debate: The Electoral College Has Outlived Its Usefulness
 
news picture
Five American presidents — two in the last 20 years — have assumed office without winning the po ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Hill
Trump threatens to withhold Michigan, Nevada funding over mail-in voting

President Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after its secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson (D), announced all of the state’s registered voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in the mail this year.

Trump falsely claimed that Benson sent ballots, and
...    click to newspaper link   


Brennan Center for Justice
Dirty Tricks: Eight Falsehoods that Could Undermine the 2020 Election
 
news picture
The 2020 election will be hard-fought and divisive. The Covid-19 pandemic has already caused major d ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWV
VOTE411.org Wins Webby People's Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website

WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Women Voters Education Fund announced today that VOTE411.org, its one-stop-shop for election information, has been named Best Government & Civil Innovation Website in the 24th Annual Webby People’s Voice Awards.

“We work to make critical election information more ac
...    click to newspaper link   


City Club of Cleveland
2020 Law Day: The 19th Amendment at 100
 
news picture
President Dwight Eisenhower established the first Law Day in 1958 to mark the nation's commitment to ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Fulcrum
Time to engage the biggest electoral bloc: Americans who are not voters
 
news picture
Fisher is deputy director of Unite America, which works to enact and helps finance political reform ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Washingtonn Post
Voting registration activists are shifting their message to health care during the coronavirus pande
 
news picture
May 18, 2020 at 5:36 a.m. EDT Wesley Watson could not have predicted just how well his previous job ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Editorial: Make elections convenient, secure with mail-in ballots
 
news picture
Posted May 13, 2020 at 4:31 AM This editorial represents the opinion of the Dispatch editorial b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Editorial: Minor changes would make voting safe, fair for Ohioans
 
news picture
By Akron Beacon Journal Editorial Board Posted May 16, 2020 at 10:19 PM The clock is ticking on ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
House Passes $3 Trillion Aid Bill Over Republican Opposition
 
news picture
WASHINGTON — A divided House narrowly passed a $3 trillion pandemic relief package on Friday to se ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
In COVID-19 Relief Bill, House Democrats Propose Pushing Census Deadlines
 
news picture
As the U.S. Census Bureau resumes some 2020 census field operations put on hold by the pandemic, Hou ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Public News Service
Good Government Groups Push for Voting Reforms
 
news picture
The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition is pressing for a number of voting reforms to make voting safer and ...    click to newspaper link   
 

ideastream
Voting Rights Group Wants More Opportunities For Early Voting This Year
 
news picture
Ohio’s secretary of state says an election day with in-person voting is still the plan for this fa ...    click to newspaper link   
 

National Geographic
A pandemic nearly derailed the women's suffrage movement
 
news picture
Women overcame influenza, social distancing, and political bias to win the right to vote.
Whe
...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
Hudson residents look at warmer future
 
news picture
That question was at the heart of the League of Women Voters’ third of four planned workshops on c ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
League of Women Voters hosting candidate forum
 
news picture
The League of Women Voters of the Akron Area and the League of Women Voters of Hudson are sponsoring ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
November 7: A Climate Change Investigation (Workshop 2)
 
news picture
The community is invited to joint the League of Women Voters of Hudson for the second workshop of it ...    click to story   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Beacon Journal: Interactive voter guide
 
news picture
Welcome to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com’s online voter guide for the Nov. 5 general election. See w ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
New York Times: Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The clock was ticking for Jen Miller.

The state of Ohio had released names of 23
...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
General Election Candidate Information and Issues Available on VOTE411.ORG

Hudson OH - Early voting for the 2019 Ohio General Election begins on October 8 and continues until Election Day, November 5. Information on the candidates and ballot issues is available on an online site, VOTE411.org, sponsored by th ...    click to story   




LWV Hudson PSA
News Blog
click to all stories


League of Women Voters of Hudson & League of Women Voters, Akron Area
Denouncing Racism. Defending Democracy

May 30, 2020

The Hudson and Akron Leagues of Women Voters condemn the recent threats of violence to Ohio Representative Emilia Sykes and Ohio Senator Vernon Sykes. These threats are outrageous, reprehensible and must not be tolerated. While the League of Women Voters (LWV) condemns all threats, of an
...    click to story   


Columbus Dispatch
About 5,500 provisional ballots rejected because voters didn’t qualify to vote in person
 
news picture
About 5,500 ballots that were cast in person on Ohio’s delayed primary election were not counted b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVUS
LWVUS Responds to Police Killing of George Floyd

WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters of the United States issued the following statement in reference to the murder of George Floyd:

The League of Women Voters grieves the murders of George Floyd and the countless other Black lives that have been tragically taken at the hands of rogue law enforc
...    click to newspaper link   


NPR
We're Running Out Of Time: Census Turns To Congress To Push Deadlines
 
news picture
A group of House Democrats introduced a bill Wednesday that would push back major deadlines for the ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Cleveland.com
Ohio Senate passes bill restricting elections changes
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would prevent any state official ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Ohio Capitol Journal
Here’s what is being proposed in Ohio for the 2020 General Election
 
news picture
What will this November’s General Election look like? Should Ohio allow in-person voting, or inste ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NBC News
Trump rants about fraud. But here's the secret to keeping voting by mail secure.
 
news picture
President Donald Trump insists there's "NO WAY" an election with increased mail-in voting will be le ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
State officials condemn threat of violence against Emilia and Vernon Sykes
 
news picture
Ohio House Minority Leader Emilia Sykes received a call over the weekend threatening harm against he ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
Pandemic Puts A Crimp On Voter Registration, Potentially Altering Electorate
 
news picture
No door-to-door canvassing. Public gatherings are canceled. Motor vehicle offices are closed. Natura ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Crains Cleveland Business
Opinion: Ohio readies for the COVID election
 
news picture
In an April poll, two-thirds of Americans said the coronavirus pandemic would "significantly disrupt ...    click to newspaper link   
 

IntelligenceSquared Debates
Debate: The Electoral College Has Outlived Its Usefulness
 
news picture
Five American presidents — two in the last 20 years — have assumed office without winning the po ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Hill
Trump threatens to withhold Michigan, Nevada funding over mail-in voting

President Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after its secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson (D), announced all of the state’s registered voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in the mail this year.

Trump falsely claimed that Benson sent ballots, and
...    click to newspaper link   


Brennan Center for Justice
Dirty Tricks: Eight Falsehoods that Could Undermine the 2020 Election
 
news picture
The 2020 election will be hard-fought and divisive. The Covid-19 pandemic has already caused major d ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWV
VOTE411.org Wins Webby People's Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website

WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Women Voters Education Fund announced today that VOTE411.org, its one-stop-shop for election information, has been named Best Government & Civil Innovation Website in the 24th Annual Webby People’s Voice Awards.

“We work to make critical election information more ac
...    click to newspaper link   


City Club of Cleveland
2020 Law Day: The 19th Amendment at 100
 
news picture
President Dwight Eisenhower established the first Law Day in 1958 to mark the nation's commitment to ...    click to newspaper link   
 

The Fulcrum
Time to engage the biggest electoral bloc: Americans who are not voters
 
news picture
Fisher is deputy director of Unite America, which works to enact and helps finance political reform ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Washingtonn Post
Voting registration activists are shifting their message to health care during the coronavirus pande
 
news picture
May 18, 2020 at 5:36 a.m. EDT Wesley Watson could not have predicted just how well his previous job ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Editorial: Make elections convenient, secure with mail-in ballots
 
news picture
Posted May 13, 2020 at 4:31 AM This editorial represents the opinion of the Dispatch editorial b ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Editorial: Minor changes would make voting safe, fair for Ohioans
 
news picture
By Akron Beacon Journal Editorial Board Posted May 16, 2020 at 10:19 PM The clock is ticking on ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
House Passes $3 Trillion Aid Bill Over Republican Opposition
 
news picture
WASHINGTON — A divided House narrowly passed a $3 trillion pandemic relief package on Friday to se ...    click to newspaper link   
 

NPR
In COVID-19 Relief Bill, House Democrats Propose Pushing Census Deadlines
 
news picture
As the U.S. Census Bureau resumes some 2020 census field operations put on hold by the pandemic, Hou ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Public News Service
Good Government Groups Push for Voting Reforms
 
news picture
The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition is pressing for a number of voting reforms to make voting safer and ...    click to newspaper link   
 

ideastream
Voting Rights Group Wants More Opportunities For Early Voting This Year
 
news picture
Ohio’s secretary of state says an election day with in-person voting is still the plan for this fa ...    click to newspaper link   
 

National Geographic
A pandemic nearly derailed the women's suffrage movement
 
news picture
Women overcame influenza, social distancing, and political bias to win the right to vote.
Whe
...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
Hudson residents look at warmer future
 
news picture
That question was at the heart of the League of Women Voters’ third of four planned workshops on c ...    click to newspaper link   
 

Hudson Hub
League of Women Voters hosting candidate forum
 
news picture
The League of Women Voters of the Akron Area and the League of Women Voters of Hudson are sponsoring ...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
November 7: A Climate Change Investigation (Workshop 2)
 
news picture
The community is invited to joint the League of Women Voters of Hudson for the second workshop of it ...    click to story   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
Beacon Journal: Interactive voter guide
 
news picture
Welcome to the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com’s online voter guide for the Nov. 5 general election. See w ...    click to newspaper link   
 

New York Times
New York Times: Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The clock was ticking for Jen Miller.

The state of Ohio had released names of 23
...    click to newspaper link   
 

LWVH Presents
General Election Candidate Information and Issues Available on VOTE411.ORG

Hudson OH - Early voting for the 2019 Ohio General Election begins on October 8 and continues until Election Day, November 5. Information on the candidates and ballot issues is available on an online site, VOTE411.org, sponsored by th ...    click to story   



  
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Hudson, Ohio 44236

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