The People Powered Fair Maps Campaign


The People Powered Fair Maps Campaign is a national redistricting campaign of the League of Women Voters focused on creating fair political maps nationwide. The campaign includes actions in all 50 states + D.C. 

The work will look different in each state, but the campaign is comprised of five major focus areas:  

  1. Ballot Initiatives or Referendums 

  1. State Constitutional Options  

  1. State Legislative Fixes 

  1. Federal Legislative Fixes 

  1. Civic Engagement & Education 

Each state will engage in at least one of the four focus areas through advocacy, education, organizing and mobilization, partnerships, litigation, and/or protection/defensive action. 

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Some Guidelines on Adding Presidential Candidate Info to Your Voters’ Guides

Presidential General Election Voters’ Guide

In collaboration with some wonderful League volunteers from Maryland, LWVEF has again asked the candidates running for President to provide answers to some of the most pressing public policy questions. Those candidates that meet LWVEF’s criteria have been invited to participate in this activity. Thanks to input from League members across the country we have also included a question specifically designed for low literacy publications for the first time. The LWVEF Board is happy to have again undertaken this crucial voters’ service project.

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Photography/Videography Notice and Release Forms (LWVUS)

We have created waivers and notice templates for Leagues to use when conducting photo and video shoots of your events. It is important to use these forms in order to protect the League’s right to photos and videos recorded for organic and promotional use. You can find these templates here. They are also provided as a link under Resources on the Brand Standards page.

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How is Your League Addressing DEI?


We want to hear from you!

Is your League embracing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in a new way? Do you have a special interest in this topic or expertise to share? The LWV DEI Committee, chaired by Dr. Deborah Turner, wants to hear from you. Share your questions, story or feedback by email to .

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