I once thought the League of Women Voters was a non-partisan organization, and that their only mission was providing newspaper supplements with information about candidates. Boy, was I wrong.
My eyes were opened back when voter photo ID laws were becoming popular. The only people who would oppose that, in my opinion, were those who either didn't mind a little voter fraud in close elections; or (b) needed the votes of the very, very low information voter. The League of Women Voters was right in there swinging in a fight to prevent photo ID requirements.
And now, if you look at their website, you'll see support for all sorts of lefty political stuff, such as trying to undo the Supreme Court ruling on the Voter Rights Act, unleashing the EPA on carbon emissions, and support for amnesty for illegal immigrants, just to pinpoint a few.
Let's not forget this one found at Center for Competitive Politics: They oppose any laws that will stop the IRS from targeting Tea Party groups.
And you know what? LWV is a 501(c )(4) organization. Sigh. If only the IRS weren't so blatantly partisan in the way they dole out those classifications.