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.



League of Women Voters of Ohio Breaking News:
Early Voting Lawsuit Victory!

But the Supreme Court Delays Early Voting on Sept. 29, 2014
Early Voting Starts October 7, 2014


October 23
Candidates Night
Laurel Lake Retirement Center
200 Laurel Lake Drive

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Poll Workers Needed for the Fall Elections


October 6, 2014 is deadline for registration for Nov. 4th election

Register to Vote at School Open Houses

Volunteers Needed to Register Voters At School Open Houses
Call Trish at 330 650 5771


Hudson LWV urges BOE to take action concerning a resolution to the Ohio Constitution Modernization Commission to protest the removal of the language "thorough and efficient" from the Ohio's constitution. The Resolution.


New Updated Voter Information Fact Sheets
3 ways to cast your ballot
Voting for college students
Voter Registration Deadline is October 6, 2014
Voter Identification


November Election Recap
November 20, 2014 at 7:00pm
In collaboration with the Akron Area and Tallmadge leagues we will welcome Dr. Steve Brooks, Associate Director of the Ray. C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron, as our guest speaker in November.


LWV is involved in redistricting reform.


Hudson Gazebo