Non Partisan. Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.
"Whether you identify politically as a Republican, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian, conservative, liberal, moderate, progressive, or another political perspective, you have a place in this democracy and a place within the League, as long as you are committed to our belief in an inclusive democracy. While we may disagree on how we accomplish it, if you value democracy, then you must also value human rights, social justice, and equity." League of Women Voters US
The League Supports Civic Engagement and Civic Education
"Keeping a government by the people and for the people requires effort from all of us, not just elected officials. We have the responsibility and the right to participate in our own governance year-round." League of Women Voters US
Civic education for our country's future leaders
LWV of Montgomery County's (IN) letter to the editor reminds us of the importance of being civically engaged.
The League holds our elected officials to task.
"Ahead of the inauguration, we sent a letter to the Biden Administration and transition team outlining 9 key issues that should be prioritized by the new administration, aimed at working toward a better democracy." League of Women Voters US
Learn more about our priorities.
Tips from the Newton LWV on how to choose the right candidate for an election.
Article on history of the LWV and debates.
Article discussing different types of debates.
Answers all voter questions.
Guidelines published by the State League on rules for the Council & BoE debates.
NJ chapter of the League of Women Voters.
Agenda for Borough Council Meetings can be found on the Borough website.