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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The November 7th 2023 Election
Everything You Need to Know

​Keep in mind the additional important dates and deadlines for the Tuesday, November 7th Election: 

  • Now: Request your absentee ballot online or submit a paper application.

  • September 28: Absentee ballots must be available to voters (starting today, you can vote in-person at your city or township clerk’s office)

  • October 23:  Last day to register to vote online or by mail.

  • October 24: Last day that we recommend dropping your ballot in the mail.

  • November 6: If you’re already registered to vote where you live, you can vote absentee in person at your city or township clerk’s office until 4 p.m. on November 6.

  • November 7: Election Day! 

    • The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. local time. 

    • If you need to register or to update your registration, you can do so at your city or township clerk’s office until 8 p.m. Once registered, you can vote at your clerk’s office or, if there’s time, at your assigned polling location.

    • For most voters, absentee ballots must be received by your city or township clerk by 8 p.m.

    • For military and overseas voters, absentee ballots must be postmarked by this date (and received by November 13).

Recent LWVLA Events

East Lansing City Council Candidate Forum




On Thursday evening, September 14, the League hosted the East Lansing City Council candidate forum, co-sponsored by East Lansing Info.


About 70 citizens attended the forum at the Hannah Community Center. All eight at-large City Council candidates participated in the event. East Lansing Info collected comments and questions from citizens that informed the initial questions and the audience submitted questions on cards during the event. Questions were screened to cover the most common themes as well as to eliminate any questions pointed at one or two candidates.


The candidate forum was covered in the press by City Pulse and East Lansing Info and Metro Melik provided the videotaping for the event which is now on YouTube.

LWVLA Calendar Summary


Thursday, October 26th

LWVLA Presentation


The Lansing Public School District Superintendent will discuss school improvements. See flyer for details.


Saturday, October 28th

Lansing's "Souls to the Polls, Trunk or Treat event"


The LWVLA will have a table. 2500 S. Washington, Lansing.


Thursday, October 31th


LWVLA is assisting in mock voting conducted by Lansing Clerk's Office at The Village, 

3525 S. MLK Blvd.


Monday, November 8th

LWVLA Luncheon


 Celebrating 50-year members. All members are welcome!

Coral Gables, 2838 Grand River Ave, East Lansing.


Monday, November 13th

LWVLA Board Meeting


 All members are welcome to attend, for more information contact Donna Mullins


Thursday, November 16th

LWVLA Book Group


 Note there is a new schedule for the Book Group. We will now be meeting on the third Thursday of the month. This month we will be discussing Killers of the Flower
by David Grann.

All members are welcome to attend, for more information contact Donna Mullins

2023 Calendar

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