The League: Educating Michigan Voters
Educating voters is one of the two basic purposes of the League of Women Voters at all three levels of the organization. It is carried out through the Voter Services efforts.
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We need our membership to participate! If this is of interest to you, please email Joanne Winkelman .
Voter Information-The League provides important information to help citizens understand the process of voting, including updates in election laws.
POST-ELECTION WRAP-UP 2020 - FROM POLLS TO PROSE MPLP & MPHS Post-Election Wrap-Up. This event was jointly hosted by the Michigan Political History Society in partnership with the Michigan Political Leadership Program at the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research at Michigan State University. Please click the link below to see the video:
In case you missed it, this is the link to the webinar on Michigan Democracy: Safe, Accessible, and Secure featuring Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, City of Lansing Clerk Chris Swope and Delhi Township Clerk Evan Hope. click here
Vote 411—This is the League’s on-line voter guide that provides personalized voter information. Go to www.VOTE411.org for the full slate of candidates and the wording on all the ballot proposals put forward by local units of government.
Voter Registration—The League registers eligible high school students each spring in high schools throughout the tri-county area.
Candidate Forums—These opportunities for voters to hear the views of candidates are provided prior to elections in even years and also in odd years when there is a larger candidate field.
Printed Voter Guides are distributed prior to major statewide elections.
If you're interested in volunteering in any of the many Voter Services activities, click here.