CAST YOUR VOTE

The League was founded on the principle that everyone has the right to vote, and encourages all citizens to exercise that right. Find out everything you need to register to vote, and to the polls.

BE INFORMED

The League has information to help you understand important issues of the day through our forums on topics such as climate change, health care and redistricting. We also sponsor candidate debates to help you decide which candidates deserve your vote.

GET INVOLVED

Volunteer with the League! We have opportunities to register voters and to help get underrepresented citizens to the polls. Help us provide the programs and events that help the League make democracy happen.

LWV-RMA Resources

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Read the current or past issues of our newsletter, The Voter, or subscribe to receive a link to The Voter each month in your email. 

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Get to know Vote411, a national resource that has all the election information you need:

  • Register to vote, or verify your registration
  • Find your polling place
  • See what's on your ballot and find information on Candidates

Get a copy of Who Represents You, a guide to your elected officials in Monroe county and how to contact them.

Upcoming Events

First Friday

Join us for social time at Bill Gray's at Sea Breeze. There's no agenda but we talk about everything League and lots of political discussions....

Political Equality: Concept and Measurement

This virtual seminar is presented by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University.  
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Board meeting

Members are welcome to attend board meetings. If you would like to attend, please send an email to president@lwv-rma.org and you will...

Unbroken and Unbowed: A History of Black Protest in America

This virtual event is sponsored by the McClendon Scholar in Residence program at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. ...

CommonSense Americans: Electoral Count Act success and promising issues for this Congress.

Sponsored by National Institute of Civil Discourse (NICD). This virtual event will recap how CommonSense American supported the successful...

Saying It Loud: 1966—The Year Black Power Challenged the Civil Rights Movement

In this virtual event, journalist and author Mark Whitaker explores the momentous year that redefined the civil rights movement...
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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League is NOT limited to women — men can join in Making Democracy Work as well. View our Non-Partisan policy here.