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LWV Irving President, Susan Motley is featured in this story by WFAA about election day expectations. 

LWV Irving group photo commemorating 100 year anniversary
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Click on the link to view article in the Dallas Morning News:  

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The second week of distributing voter registration cards at Irving High Schools was quite successful.

Here are the totals for the various sites:

Friday:

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Faith Castillo, attorney and Election Protection Fellow at Texas Civil Rights Project, gave a compelling presentation on voting rights. Please click on the link to see the video presentation.

High School Voter Registration in Irving
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High School Voter Registration in Irving

 

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Judge’s Ruling Protects 127,000 Harris County, Texas, Votes Cast by Drive-Thru Polling

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11.2.2020 The large numbers of votes by mail means tallying the election results will obviously take longer than it has in the past.
The attempt to disenfranchise more than 120,000 voters is..
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Late Sunday the League of Women Voters of Texas joined ACLU Texas to file a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit aimed at invalidating more than 120,000 drive-thru votes cast for Tuesday’s election. The League’s motion aims to ensure that all

California Lawsuit Blocking President’s Order Excluding Undocumented Individuals from Census Heads to the US Supreme Court
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SAN FRANCISCO —Late Thursday, a federal judge ruled in City of San Jose, California v. Trump that the president’s executive order to block undocumented individuals from being counted in the U.S. Census is unconstitutional.