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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS

The guide is designed to help voters decide how they would like to fill out their ballot prior to doing their official voting.
The commission was founded by America's two major political parties to collude against independent and third-party candidates. As an institution, it's hardly a paragon of democratic virtue.
In the wild, some animals use a tactic where they fluff up their feathers or puff out their gills to make themselves seem bigger and more menacing then they are. That's what these people are doing. The news articles make it appear as though there's a small regiment of activists involved in this initiative. The reality is a small group of activists, each wearing a lot of hats.
The League of Women Voters of North Dakota encourages North Dakotans to get ready to pay attention and take a part in the legislative redistricting process that happens later this year, 2021.

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This year the the North Dakota State Legislature has introduced multiple bills to restrict voting rights.
Need help learning about the candidates running for office and where they stand on the issues? Check out Forum Communication's Voter's Guide, created in partnership with the League of Women Voters.
FARGO — A federal judge has granted an injunction in a suit that sought protections for mail-in ballots that get rejected for signature issues.
Suit maintains that if an official deems the signatures do not "correspond," the ballot is rejected and the voter who cast the ballot is not informed there was an issue, nor are they provided a chance to clear up the problem and have their vote count.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota will mark a century of women’s suffrage Sunday, Sept. 8, with a celebration at the state Capitol.
Last year, the League of Women Voters launched a campaign to initiate a constitutional amendment to provide for a new method of redistricting the seats of the North Dakota Legislature.

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ST. PAUL -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty made some of his strongest statements yet against local government aid when he blasted Bemidji for raising its property tax levy.

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