March 1 Deadlines Fast Approaching!

There are a number of deadlines relating to Convention that are fast approaching, including Program Planning, Bylaw Amendments, and Award applications.  Visit the Convention 2014 area for more information.

Big News!!

The updated Member Resources site is coming soon – very soon! The Forums site will be unavailable today, February 19th, as the content of both the Members Area and the Forums websites are merged into one, integrated Member Resources site. The whole process will take several hours with the site re-opening on Thursday, February 20, 2014.

  • The League of Women Voters has a long history with candidate debates. Between 1960 and 1984, the League sponsored every presidential and vice presidential candidate debate. The League may no longer sponsor these televised debates, but state and local Leagues across the country continue to sponsor candidate debates at the state and local levels, just as they always have.

    Candidate debates are one of the only opportunities voters have to listen to candidates offer more than just a brief sound bite. Debates provide an opportunity to hear what candidates are saying and to form your own opinions of the candidates – based on your own observations. They also provide an opportunity to become engaged in the political process by using critical and analytical abilities in examining the candidates.

    Bringing your friends, colleagues, family and acquaintances together to watch a debate by hosting a debate watching party. Click more for tips and information on how to make yours a success!

    Please use this book in conjunction with our publication Debate Watching 101.

  • Looking for an easy way to promote the League and VOTE411 in your community?
  • Face to Face was published by the League of Women Voters of the United States as a guide to help Leagues sponsor and produce effective, fair and interesting candidate debates.