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.

  • "I've been so impressed with the people I meet through the League. They are so down-to-earth and hard-working. No big ego trips, no holier-than-thou political correctness. Just really well-informed people who are in it for the long haul."
  • "I decided then and there to join the League which in fact did "get into" matters of local and national concern. They did not disappoint."
  • "Working with my local league has enabled me to meet some remarkable people, gain leadership skills and become a better public speaker. I wouldn’t trade my League experience for anything."
  • "Many times local issues in my community don't get the focus and attention they need to genuinely educate and engage the public on them...including me! Public forums my local League conducts make me feel a true personal connection to local issues and candidates."
  • "Our LWV unit has been behind many positive changes, including getting women to run for office and elected to serve! We are appreciated and looked to as change agents for the greater good."
  • "I decided to join the League to contribute a small amount of money to their civic engagement efforts. Five years later, I know how important the League is to registering voters, but even more importantly they are a source of unbiased information when it can be hard to find."
  • "Being a League member has greatly expanded my life! When I joined LWV of Wake County, NC, affordable housing and comprehensive sex education were my primary interests. Eventually, I became chair of the education committee and then League president."

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