A Voice for Citizens, A Force for Change

The mission of the League of Women Voters is to  encourage informed and active participation in government and to influence public policy through education and advocacy.

Making Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is nonpartisan - it neither supports or opposes any political party.

The League may take political action on issues on which member agreement has been reached .

Members, as individuals, are encouraged to participate fully in the political process and persons with partisan affiliations are actively sought as members.

However, certain League officers are precluded from active partisan activities during their term.


UPCOMING EVENTS

FINANCE DRIVE - 2014

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May 6, 2014: Primary Election Day.
April 7, 2014: Voter registration deadline for May primary
Early Voting Hours for Primary Election
Get an Absentee Ballot Application
POSITIONS UP FOR ELECTION:
Governor, Attorney General, State Auditor, Sec'y of State, State Treasurer, Supreme Court Justice, State Senators and Representatives, Summit Co, Council Members, Common Pleas and Juvenile Court Judges
LWVO has issued a summary of STATE ISSUE 1 that is on the May 6 ballot.  It is posted on their website: http://www.lwvohio.org/.
Election rule changes for the May Primary Election
Precinct map
Poling Places
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE
Board of Elections

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LWVUS Agriculture Consensus
LWVHudson Response

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Proposal For New LWVUS Study:
ALTERNATIVES TO PARTISAN PRIMARIES
To be discussed at the LWVUS Convention in June

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May 7, 6:00 p.m. Annual Meeting

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*** TAKE ACTION ***
Voting Rights Act
EPA'S federal carbon pollution standard for every new power plant built in America
Redistricting and Apportionment







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