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Want Your Name on Voter Registration & Photo ID to Match?

Some Texas voters report that the name on their new voter registration certification is different than in the past.

Click here for what you need to know. Click here for what you need to know.

Photo ID Now Required to Vote

Texas now requires a photo ID to vote at the polls and the photo ID must be one of 7 photo IDs: Texas DPS issued driver's license, personal ID card, concealed carry license, election identification certificate or US government issued passport, military ID, citizenship or naturalization certificate. Photo ID details available here. Information on obtaining ID available here.

Want to Help Register Voters?

Be sure to know and follow the rules and procedures for voter registration in Texas!

The Secretary of State's Guide is available here. The Secretary of State

Am I registered? Where do I vote?

ballotOne of LWV's primary goals is to facilitate citizen participation and voter convenience. Click here and find out!

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Users from 335 towns and cities in Texas made 6,980 visits to the VOTE411 Voters Guides for the March 2014 primary elections. Usage breakdown

Users from 278 towns and cities in Texas made 5,397 visits to the VOTE411 Voters Guides for the May 2014 primary runoffs and local elections. Usage breakdown

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When You Go to Austin

When You Go to Austin: Capitol Guide to the 83rd Legislative Session is now available. Contact the state office for free printed copies.

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Health Care Access

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What do you think the blue counties have that the rust colored ones don't? The answer is adequate access to health care. Texas Tribune interactive map and story here.

LWV Nonpartisanship Policy

LWV never supports or opposes candidates for office or political parties. Use of the LWV name in campaign advertising or literature has not been authorized.

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LWV-TX Convention 2014

Save the dateSee convention reports in the June VOTER.

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New Human Trafficking Position

Our new position on human trafficking:

The League of Women Voters of Texas is opposed to all forms of domestic and international human trafficking of adults and children, including sex trafficking and labor trafficking. We consider human trafficking to be a form of modern-day slavery and support measures to prevent the use of force, fraud or coercion to exploit a person for sexual or labor purposes, to prosecute traffickers and to protect victims.

LWV National Convention

Dallas, June 6-10, 2014

Hosted by the Dallas League, the 51st LWV National Convention celebrated "Power: Our Voices, Our Votes."

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LWVTX/LWV-TEF 2012-2013 Annual Report

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2013 Summer Regional Trainings

LWV-Texas' Services to Local Leagues Committee (SLL) did a wonderful job organizing 3 Regional Trainings this summer with a theme of "Strategies for Savvy Leaguers: Thriving in Challenging Times!". They covered such topics as Program, Advocacy, Voter Service, Membership and much more. Thank you to the Leagues in Arlington, Kerrville and Lubbock for securing venues and providing refreshments. And thank you to all the members that attended!

Kerrville, July 13th

Arlington, June 29th

Lobby Days and Making Democracy Work Dinner 2013

Thank you to everyone that attended Lobby Days and the Making Democracy Work Dinner this year! View pictures of both events in the slideshows below.

Lobby Days 2013


Making Democracy Work Dinner 2013

What's New


  • Watch this space for the 2014-15 Handbook and Directory later this summer. The 2013-2014 Handbook & Directory is available here for all LWV-TX members. LWV-TX members may email sll@lwvtexas.org for login information for this password protected document.

Highlights of Local Leagues

"League of Women Voters Holding Public Forum on November Ballot"

LWV-Amarillo held a public forum on the ARC's $31.5-million bond issue and the proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments. Read more here.

"League of Women Voters keeps community informed"

LWV-Denton hopes to motivate and inform citizens so they can make better decisions when they go to the polls in upcoming elections. Read the full story, here.

"League of Women Voters hosts CSCOPE informational forum"

LWV-Marshall/Harrison County hosts a forum to inform the public and local educators on the details of the controversial CSCOPE curriculum making a revival as TEKS Resource System. Read more:

"Strong growth leads to award for League of Women Voters"

LWV-Marshall-Harrison County are celebrating another milestone - gaining national recognition for increasing its membership by more than 11 percent in 2012. Read the full story, here.

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