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.

  • Has the League given you the opportunity to make an impact on your community? Do you have a great League memory you'd like to share? We would love to hear how you have made a difference in your community and country as a League member! Please share your League story with us today by clicking "more" and completing the online submission form.
  • Melissa Currence is a member of the Cincinnati Area League of Women Voters.
  • "The work we do in voter service and voter education is evidence of how the League is."
  • "The League focused my life and at the same time magnified it; it took my small talents and increased their impact."
  • "As a political science professor, my students often ask where they can find nonpartisan information on issues about which they are confused. My pride in the work of the League really stems from helping to reduce this confusion. We keep voters informed on current election issues from a nonpartisan perspective."
  • "My favorite memory is from my first national convention. A very contentious issue was being debated, and I loved watching the discussion at the pros and con mikes. It made me proud to be part of such a well informed, smart group of women and men."
  • "It makes me proud to follow in Mom's footsteps as a League member. The League is an important part of my life. I only hope that my daughters will follow suit."
  • "I can't remember now why I knew the League was the best way to become politically effective, but I have been on a League board everywhere I've lived. It's my 'home,' and whenever I've moved, it's helped me figure out my new location very fast."
  • "When my son was voting for the first time, he wanted to be sure that his vote was one that would elect candidates whose views jibed with his. He consulted me, and we used the VOTERS GUIDE along with the local newspaper. He paid close attention to the answers candidates gave. I was grateful to the League of Women Voters for providing such a valuable tool, and I wanted to repay the debt."
  • "It was the non-partisan, civil discourse that attracted me to the League of Women Voters at a time when the discourse in our country was becoming stridently divisive."