LCV Education Fund Announces Expanded Multi-State Voter Registration Program Focused on Historically Excluded Communities

July 3, 2024

Washington, D.C. — Today, ahead of the Fourth of July, the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF), in partnership with LCVEF’s state affiliates, announced the expansion of nine community-based, multi-state voter registration programs. Mobilizing efforts will focus on communities in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin to meet communities where they are, registering eligible voters historically excluded from voter registration efforts, through canvassing, events, school presentations, and more. These efforts, which launched in January, focus on historically excluded communities, including communities of color, Indigenous communities, and communities with low wealth in urban and rural areas ahead of the 2024 elections.

“Every eligible voter in every community, no matter their language, ability, income, or zip code should be able to exercise their most fundamental right to vote and have their voices heard in their community,” said Hilda Nucete, LCVEF Director of Civic Engagement. “We are focusing on communities who are too often left out of voter registration efforts while facing the most barriers to registering to vote. LCVEF is proud to expand our efforts this year and to register even more voters across the country.”

LCVEF’s voter registration efforts are part of one of the largest non-partisan voter registration programs in the country to register eligible voters this election cycle, and organizers are particularly focused on engaging communities of color who historically disproportionately face barriers to voting. LCVEF’s voter registration efforts aim to strengthen community engagement in the electoral process and help ensure more eligible voters can participate in and be equitably represented in our democracy.

For more information on LCVEF’s voter registration and civic engagement programs, go to or read the 2022 memo on their efforts. Heading into 2024, LCVEF and partners registered more than 2 million voters since 2012 as part of its nonpartisan civic engagement work.