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Update on Protests Planned at Texas Capitol
Published on: 1/12/2021
We have received another message from LWVUS that we would like to share with you regarding actions planned by protestors at state capitols.
FAQ’s from the National Task Force on Election Crises
Published on: 1/7/2021
See answers to FAQ about the election crises
Blog from Dr. Turner on the election of a woman of color to the vice presidency
Published on: 11/23/2020
100 Since Women Won the Right to Vote, a Woman Is Elected to White House Office
Blog & infographic outlining VOTE411
Published on: 11/23/2020
VOTE411: Helping Millions Find Nonpartisan Election Info in 2020
LWVUS Statement on Firing of Top Election Security Expert
Published on: 11/23/2020
WASHINGTON – See the response the League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued in response to the administration's firing of Chris Krebs, director of the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

Election Information

DeSoto Voters Guide and Polling Dates and Times
DeSoto Voters Guide available
Count Every Vote
Published on: 11/2/2020
While League of Women Voters of Dallas does not endorse any particular candidate or party, we are encouraged to see this joint statement from the major political party chairs in Dallas.
Watch the Dallas College Board of Trustees Candidate Forum!
Published on: 10/15/2020
Watch the recording of the Dallas College Board of Trustees Candidate Forum
Watch the for the Future Virtual Forum - Dallas HD 115!
Published on: 10/15/2020
For the Future Virtual Forum is part of a series of over 15 public education candidate events that the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation will be hosting across the state prior to the 2020 general election on November 3.

This forum is for HD 115.
National Institute for Civil Discourse
Published on: 10/26/2020
Please see the latest resources and upcoming sessions on the election and building trust from the LWV coalition member, the National Institute for Civil Discourse.
DPD Preparations for Election and Potential Protests
Published on: 10/29/2020
City of Dallas Memorandum of October 23, 2020 to the Honorable Mayor and Member of the City Council

LWV-Dallas In the News

League of Women Voters of Dallas recognized for its help with Census 2020
Published on: 11/30/2020
About the 2020 Census

The U.S. Constitution mandates a census of the population every 10 years. The 2020 Census counts everyone who lived in the U.S. on April 1, 2020. Census statistics help determine the number of seats each state holds in the U.S. House of Representatives and how billions of dollars in federal funds will be allocated by state, local, and federal lawmakers every year for the next 10 years.
Diane Tasian on Texas Metro News Facebook Live with Ashley Moss
Published on: 10/19/2020
The Dallas League of Women Voters was with Ashley Moss from Texas Metro News on Facebook Live today! If you missed Diane Tasian, President of the Dallas League, answering lots of voter questions, you can call our Voter Hotline today: 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm: 214-688-4125 and we will call you right back!
Barbara Larkin, VP of Voting Services, LWVD, quoted in the Dallas Observer
Published on: 10/9/2020
"From the Dallas Observer, ""Crying and Screaming Won't Fix Anything, but Voting Early Might"" by LAUREN DREWES DANIELS | OCTOBER 8, 2020 |
...Also, Larkin implores everyone to do everything early, “The vast majority of vote-by-mail ballots that are disqualified in Dallas County are due to lateness. And please vote early instead of on Election Day. If something goes wrong with your check-in process on Election Day, it may be too late to fix it.”
The Need for a Public Awareness Campaign for Voters
Published on: 10/7/2020
The Dallas County Commissioners Court has received grant money to support the elections office voting processes and includes funding for a Public Awareness Campaign. Diane Tasian, urged the commissioners to quickly produce a Public Awareness Campaign as voters have many questions. Add your voice and email your County Commissioner and Judge Clay Jenkins. Voters need answers to safely voting in a pandemic from our elected officials.
How to Raise a Voter
Sydney Richie
Published on: 9/28/2020
Sydney Blalock Richie, an editor at DFWCHILD magazine, a parenting magazine that focuses on the DFW area, reached out to Grace Chimene, President of the League of Women Voters, Texas and Diane Tasian, President of the League of Women Voters Dallas for their input to an article on how to raise a voter.

The article shares advice on how to raise a future voter and support your kids’ understanding of their role in democracy.

Read the article here:
DTalks Podcast ft. Grace Chimene
Published on: 9/28/2020
DTalks podcast for dads from Dallas area where Grace Chimene is interviewed about VOTE411 and other things!

Here is the link to listen:
LWV-Dallas launches voter information website
Dallas Voice
Published on: 9/25/2020
"The League of Women Voters of Dallas has a new website in place offering voter tools and information for Dallas County residents for the November election, and, according to a press release, “In this year of voting in a pandemic, vote by mail interest and need for poll workers, we are taking painstaking efforts to ensure the information is accurate.”


Register now for League 101! 2/17/21
Published on: 1/12/2021
For any member or potential member who want to learn more about LWV of Dallas. Please join us to get an overview of the new website, including how to login on to access member only information, sign up for events and volunteer opportunities and to ask any questions you might have.

To register, please visit our Event Calendar.
Join us for Advocacy 101 on 1/21 at 7PM!
Published on: 12/23/2020
Join us to learn how to get involved in the upcoming Texas Legislative session. January 21 at 7:00 pm
Thank You and Notes from Voter Advocacy Meeting for Election Debrief with Election Participant Input
Published on: 12/4/2020
Watch and see notes from the Voter Advocacy Meeting for Election Debrief with Election Participant Input

How to Help

How can I help Texas Voters?
Published on: 8/23/2020
LWV-Texas has a list of suggestions for how you can help Texas Voters.
For Teachers: Be a Texas Voter
LWV-Texas and DCCCD
Published on: 8/23/2020
The League of Women Voters of Texas in partnership with Dallas County Community Colleges is providing this voter education series to help young people better understand their role as citizens in our state.
Become a Poll Worker
Published on: 8/23/2020
Dallas County Elections is hiring Poll Workers and Student Poll Workers.

Take Action by Contacting Congress

Gov. Abbott Adding Obstacles for Elderly and Disabled Voters
Published on: 10/3/2020
The League of Women Voters of Texas has joined with LULAC in a lawsuit against the action by Governor Abbott to suppress the vote in Texas.
Take Action: Protect the Postal Service
Published on: 8/20/2020
LWVUS has joined other groups in legal action and is asking everyone to contact their congress member about Protecting the Postal Service.

Census and Redistricting

2020 CENSUS: With millions on line, self-response rate in Texas, Dallas County falls
Published on: 10/29/2020
Reporting by Jesus Jimenez, Staff Writer, Dallas News, on the response rate from Dallas County on the 2020 Census. Please think about joining our Advocacy Committee on the Census and Redistricting as we prepare for activities in 2021 in coordination with the Texas State League and our partners.


Go Vote by AX2 and Deja of 9903
Published on: 10/12/2020
Teens encourage voting through their rap video filmed at Desoto Public Library.
El empoderamiento electoral Latino
Published on: 9/10/2020
La fecha límite para registrarse para votar se aproxima. Cecilia Silva de la organización Liga de las Mujeres Votantes informa quién es elegible y donde encontrara la solicitud de registro electoral.
Como Me Registro Para Votar Durante Una Pandemia? Video (Un Minuto)
LWV-Texas and DCCCD
Published on: 8/23/2020
Como Me Registro Para Votar Durante Una Pandemia? Video (Un Minuto)
How to Register to Vote...During a Pandemic - One Minute Video
LWVV-Texas and DCCCD
Published on: 7/13/2020
One-minute video on Registering to Vote during a Pandemic by LWV-Texas and DCCCD
Spotlight On: Using the League of Women Voters Dallas website for all voting information
Richland Student Media
Published on: 7/8/2020
Podcast on LWV-Dallas's new website that has everything you need to register to vote, to find information on candidates (, and to prepare to vote in person or by mail. You are also shown how to join the League. Richland Student Angela Ly interviews LWV-Dallas member Kimberly Stanton Bowe in this 3rd part of a four-part series.
Spotlight On: Researching and resources for your ballot
Richland Studio Media
Published on: 7/6/2020
Podcast on how to research your ballot before you vote, the importance of the "down ballot" and the many resources available to people getting ready to vote, featuring Richland Student Media's Angela Ly and the LWV Dallas's Kelly Drablos in this 2nd part of a four-part series.
Spotlight On: First Video
Richland Studio Media
Published on: 7/1/2020
Podcast on (1st video). Richland Student Media's Angela Ly and the LWV Dallas's Barbara Larkin in this 1st video of a four-part series.