The League Needs You ...


In the new post-election world, the League has a lot of work to do!!

Since 1920, individuals like you have shaped the issues impacting our communities and our democracy through their connection to the League.

Our grassroots nonpartisan network is one of America's most trusted institutions. We work to empower voters by providing the nonpartisan information they need to be active and informed participants in government. 

We are working to make a difference and actively engaging people in more than 700 communities around the country. Join us to get involved in our work to engage with elected officials, empower new voters and to learn about issues that impact your community. 

Whether you are ready to volunteer or want to discuss the possibilities, feel free to email our office a

Become a Member

The League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia is the organization where hands-on work to safeguard democracy leads to civic improvement.  

Join the League today to become a part of over 100 years of history in the fight for voting equality. 

Register Voters

We register voters across the city every year and actively encourage all citizens to vote.  We also register voters at naturalization ceremonies every month.  

Volunteer Today and help us ensure everyone in our city is signed up and ready to vote


Join a Committee

There is a perfect committee just waiting for you! Find out how you can get involved and make a difference in the District of Columbia.

 Contact our office to learn more about our committees and ways you can make a difference. 

Voting is what brings us together as Americans.

The vote of the poorest citizen is equal to the vote of the wealthiest citizen. Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy and should be a moment at which we are all equal.

The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 – just six months before the 19th Amendment was passed and ratified. Our mission at the time was to help 20 million women carry out their new responsibilities as voters. Ninety-seven years later, however, we are still fighting for equal access at the ballot box—and an alarming trend threatens to roll back what we’ve achieved across the last century. That’s why the work of the League of Women Voters continues, and that’s why Americans everywhere must remain vigilant in protecting their role in our democracy.

Today, we are still committed to helping voters make informed decisions and fighting to make sure our elections remain as free, fair and transparent as possible.