Making Democracy Work

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:
  • 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
What Is a Recall Election? from the LWV of Cupertino/Sunnyvale


  • Pros & Cons of the Ballot MeasuresYouTube
  • Candidate Forum for Santa Clara County Sheriff YouTube ========================================================= LWVPA ONSCREEN:

  • How Do We Know What's True Any More? YouTube

  • Food Production and Greenhouse Gases: Counting Carb Emissions YouTube ========================================================= See the latest addition to our Great Reads page:
    LWVPA Registers Voters at Elmwood Correctional Facility