Making Democracy Work
The League of Women Voters encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League does not support or oppose political parties or candidates.
Your all-in-one VOTER TOOLKIT for the June 5 Primary is hot off the press!
You will find almost anything you need for the election:
Key dates with links about registration, vote by mail and your polling place, as well as quick links to:
What Is a Recall Election? from the LWV of Cupertino/Sunnyvale
- The Voters Guide of the LWV of Palo Alto
- EZ Voter Guide
- Voter's Edge California
- Video of the Candidate Forum for County Sheriff
- Upcoming Presentations of the Pros & Cons
INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS FOR JUNE 5:
UPCOMING ELECTIONS - TOOLKIT Learn More
- Be an informed voter!
A central mission of The League of Women Voters is to help citizens make informed decisions about public policy issues and know the issues before you vote. We make voting easier through our voter education and voter information resources, by providing nonpartisan election information.
We hope the following resources and links will provide you several ways to learn about upcoming measures and propositions on the June 2018 Ballot.
Our Committees Learn More
- League members make democracy work in all their League activities. They energetically engage through committees that are organized around Issues, Voter Services and League Support. You can choose which committee(s) most interest you. Learn more about the LWVPA opportunities.
Calendar Learn More
- Calendar of Events
Enjoy events you might have missed Learn More
- Enjoy events you might have missed
The Newsletter of the LWV of Palo Alto - The VOTER Learn More
- The award-winning Palo Alto VOTER online
Elected Officials Learn More
- Let your elected officials hear from you.
FACTS FOR VOTERS
Online Donations Learn More
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Support the League Learn More
- We rely on dues and donations to support our programs.
Join the League Learn More
- Why and how can you join our grassroots organization.
Contact Us Learn More
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About the League Learn More
- What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history?
Our Vision, Beliefs, and Intentions guide our activities.
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Basic League Positions Learn More
- The League takes positions on local, state, and national issues. We advocate based on these positions.
More Information About the LWVPA Learn More
- Board of Directors and other information.
Voting Information Learn More
- Not sure how to register to vote? Get information here about registration and voting. Check out Upcoming Elections in our area and Check out student videos Why Vote?
Great reads Learn More
- Articles especially pertinent to voting and other League issues. Latest addition: LWVPA Registers Voters at Elmwood Correctional Facility