What We Do

Educate & Engage
Civic Engagement
Study the issues

We Work To Educate & Engage Our Community

Since its inception in 1920, the League of Women Voters has worked to register, educate and engage voters.

We provide unbiased, factual and timely information for citizens to use in making their own informed ballot decisions.

We create candidate questionnaires for distribution to local and state candidates, securing their responses for publication in the League of Women Voters Non-Partisan Voter Guide, Vote411.org, a one-stop online community resources for election and voting information.

We moderate and administer non-partisan candidate forums, giving citizens the opportunity to hear candidates views on critical issues, voice concerns and get direct answers from those asking to serve as their elected representatives. Forums are conducted in observance of the Leagues’ time-honored standards of best practices to assure fairness and impartiality.

We facilitate informational public meetings which educate the public on important issues and public policy.