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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization
encouraging informed and active participation in government.
It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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VOTE411.org is your source or information on registering to vote, voting, what is on your ballot, and information candidates have provided about their positions on important issues.
GET READY! LWV-VA Workshops Sept. 22 in Fredericksburg
2017 LWV-VA Fall Workshops Learn More
- 2017 Fall Workshops "Enhancing League Engagement" in Fredericksburg. Program and registration information can be found here. A special MEMBERS ONLY event!
ATTENTION: REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED
Registrations must be received by 8AM on Monday, Sept. 18th.
That means you can still register using SignUp Genius at the link below. If you have already mailed in your registration or are planning to do so, please contact Treasurer, Pat Hurst by telephone at 540-447-4476 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org by 8AM Monday morning.
ALERTS Learn More
News & Announcements Learn More
- Virginia Decertifies Paperless Voting Equipmentl
The Virginia Voter & Voter Express Learn More
Virginia Voter, September 2017 (Click Image to Read)
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● From 1st VP, Linda Garvelink, Enhancing League Engagement: a lot of good details on what to expect at the 2017 LWV-VA Workshops! Some great things will be happening. Hope to see you there!
● Letter from President Sue Lewis with a response to events in Charlottesville.
● Fall Workshops: Agenda and 2017-2019 Study and Task Force Updates. Registration Form is on page 15.
● Local Leagues: Hands on in Their Communities. What some Local Leagues are doing to increase visibility and engagement with their communities.
● Local League News: Local League news and events.
● Integrity & Politics: A good review of where we are and where we need to continue working. This article is by Marian Currinder, Policy Director for Coalition for Integrity.
● International Affairs: League UN Observer Corps. From LWVFA member and LWVUS UN Observer, Jill Follows, here is information on what the UN Observer Corps is and what it does!
● The Innovative League: Sips & Civility. A do it yourself guide for Local Leagues.
● The Tech Corner: Managing Emails to make sure you get the information you need from LWV of Virginia.
Local League News Learn More
- See what the Virginia Local Leagues are doing across the state!
Members' Corner Learn More
- Welcome to the Member's Corner. Here you will find a wealth of resources that you need to function effectively as a local league and/or an individual member.
Join the League Learn More
- Join the League of Women Voters and Help Make Democracy Work!
On this page you will find a map of all Virginia Local Leagues and information on how to JOIN US.
The LWV has more than 750 Leagues and approximately 60,000 members and supporters in all 50 states. LWV-VA has 14 local Leagues and almost 1,600 members across the Virginia Commonwealth. Join us!
If there is not a local League in your area, we would be happy to work with you to form one. Contact membership@LWV-VA.org
DR. MARK GRABER - ELECTORAL COLLEGE SPEECH
Dr. Mark Graber addressed the annual LWVNCA Convention and spoke about the Electoral College: "From the Federalist Papers to Trump". Click Here to View Video
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