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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization. The LWV encourages informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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Our Mission and Roles
The League of Women Voters has two separate and distinct roles.
- Voters Service/Citizen Education: we present unbiased nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and issues, and we organize candidate forums. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate.
- Action/Advocacy: While the League is non-partisan, we use our Program Positions (see below) to advocate for or against particular policies and legislative proposals.
Get to Know Us
Learn about our work: About the League
Read our positions on local, state, and national issues.
Get involved: How to Get Involved with LWVBC
Listen to our radio updates: LWVBC KGNU Updates
Watch our videos: LWVBC On-Screen
Catch up on our newsletter: Boulder County Voter
We've persisted for a long time: Read Our History
Making Democracy Work For All
The American Legislative Exchange Council—more commonly known as ALEC—is holding their annual meeting in Denver from July 19 to 21, 2017. In response, a coalition of organizations will hold a TEACH-IN on Saturday, July 15th in Denver to educate the public about ALEC's negative impact on economic, environmental, and social issues. SIGN UP HERE: http://cmnca.us/ALECDenverTeachIn
Voter Registration Drives
Come join our team of volunteers who bring Voter Registration and Voter Registration information to some of Boulder County's favorite gathering places.
We will be at the Boulder Farmers Market and the Longmont Farmers Market this summer and at the Latino Festival in the fall. See the Calendar above.
You do not have to be a League member to volunteer, but you will need training as a VRD Circulator. The five-minute training video is available on YouTube. On the Secretary of State's VRD web page under "VRD Circulator" click on "English training" or "Spanish training". After you watch the video, then download the "Circulator Acknowledgement Form" in PDF and print and sign it.
Let our Voter Services team leader know of your interest by writing to her HERE.
Then sign up online HERE to join us in this important activity!
How to Get Involved: VOLUNTEER with the League!
We offer many opportunities!
- Help with our Voter Registration Drives (VRDs)
- Lend a Hand at our Candidate Forums
- Help our Grant Writers
- Join an Issue Team
Read More: How to Get Involved with LWVBC
A VOTE TO CELEBRATE!
The 19th Amendment, National Vote To Women, was ratified on August 18, 1920
LWVCO is having a party!
Sunday, August 20, 2017, at the Molly Brown House in Denver
$50 adult, $40 children
Read more and register here
Campaign to Make Democracy Work for All
Money in Politics is one of the central themes of the Campaign to Make Democracy Work for All. Watch our 6-minute video:
Let's Talk ... Money in Politics
Making Democracy Work for All.
Join Us Today!
"We were founded in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy."
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Last revised: March 22, 2017 16:44 PDT.