The League of Women Voters is a national leader in the areas of voter registration, education, and citizen engagement, and is recognized as the premiere source for nonpartisan election information. Your support goes directly to the League's work to protect and defend our democracy. Together we can ensure our elections are free, fair and accessible, protect our environment, and reduce the influence of money in our elections. Year round, we work to fulfill our mission to encourage active and informed participation in government in our city.
We need you by our side.
As a supporter of the League, you can help provide educational information, voter registration opportunities, and promote civilized discourse on the issues that matter in our city. Becoming a League Supporter is an easy, efficient and tax-deductible way to make a difference in our community all year long.
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Thank you for making democracy work!
With your help, we:
- Educate people on the importance of their participation in government, in the political process and, most importantly, in the life of their community.
- Create awareness of what average citizens can do to have an impact on their government.
- Instill in young people and new citizens the knowledge of their role and responsibilities in managing their own government.