Voter Service and Education
We make voting easier through varied voter education programs.
LWVO Registers Voters at Justice Reinvestment Coalition Town Hall
LWVO participated in "A Fair Chance to Advance" community resource fair held Saturday February 20 at The West Oakland Youth Center. Louise Anderson, Meg Bowerman, and Lois Brubeck of LWVBAE were available to register voters and provide general information.
Services were available to help formerly incarcerated persons with Prop 47 information and legal advice.
CA Secretary of State Alex Padilla Focuses on Voter Registration and Veterans
The Honor Veterans. Vote.
program provides California citizens the opportunity to pay tribute and dedicate their vote to a veteran or active duty service member.
Go to his website to register!
Take action! Protect minority communities' right to vote!
Best Practices Manual for Official Voter Information Guides
The Best Practices Manual for Official Information Guides
was developed by the LWVC as an easy-to-use resource for groups working to engage and educate California voter.
Click here to get the manual.
Voter Education Forum Ground Rules
- Speakers/panelists and format will be chosen to ensure a comprehensive, unbiased and well-grounded presentation of the issue being discussed
- Written questions from the audience will be screened by a question sorting committee
- The people who serve as moderator, question sorter, etc., will have no connection with any group or organization that is strongly identified with one side or another of the issue being discussed and will not have made public statements supporting or opposing any side of the issue being discussed.
- No literature/paraphernalia supporting or opposing any side of the issue being discussed will be displayed or distributed in the meeting room.
- In forums in which the League is the lead sponsor, we reserve the right to have the final say on ground rules. In those initiated by other organizations where the League is a co-sponsor, we reserve the right to publicly disassociate ourselves with any forum that is not non-partisan.
The League of Women Voters Education Fund conducts voter service and citizen education activities. It is a nonpartisan nonprofit public policy educational organization, which:
- Builds citizen participation in the democratic process.
- Studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner.
- Enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management.
Donations to the Education Fund, a 501(c)(3)corporation, are fully tax-deductible where allowed by law.
New LWVCEF Web Site
Check out the new LWVCEF Web site
on state propositions. You will find new online Pros & Cons, along with supplemental
information on the propositions. League researchers will be providing
updates to the online information as new developments come to light
before the election in June. This website has been created for this election,
but will continue afterwards to showcase the materials that the LWV Education
Fund produces for various governmental issues.
The site will also lead you to the Easy Voter Guide and to SmartVoter