Making Democracy Work

League Events and Activities

The League in Action

League Events and Activities

ONLINE VOTERS GUIDE
An online Voters Guide: http://www.vote411.org
This easy-to-navigate Guide provides extensive candidate information prior to each primary and general election.
MEETINGS AND EVENTS FOR THE PUBLIC

Registering voters
One of the League's main activities is to register voters. We do this in a variety of settings with different groups.

Candidate Forums
The League sponsors Candidate Forums for local government and school board. Local elections are held every other year.

Coffee, Conversation and Action
The League holds informal get-togethers to discuss subjects of current community interest. Some topics are local such as How Local Government Works and Everything You Wanted to Know about Poll Workers. Some topics are of more general interest such as Does Your Vote Count, and Should we Abolish the Electoral College? These informative meetings provide information and often form the basis for League action.

Legislative Interviews.
An annual meeting with local state representatives to discuss current issues and legislation.

PUBLICATIONS FOR VOTERS

Legislative Reference Guide
We print and distribute the Reference Guide to libraries and the Township for new residents.

The ABCs of Voting in Pennsylvania
We distribute this brochure at events. It is also available by request.

LEAGUE ACTION
At all three levels of the League - Local, State and National - members take action on important current issues like redistricting reform, insuring the security of voting machines, voting rights, fighting voter suppression, and gun control.

Action takes many different forms from public meetings, lobbying legislators, articles, videos, media appearances and joining with other like-minded groups to increase effectiveness.

ALL ABOUT THE LEAGUE
For more information about the League, see the page ABOUT LWV.