Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work

Who are we? We are the League of Women Voters, an organization of women and men who want to make a difference in the political future of our country. We are a diverse, non-partisan, political group with a long-standing tradition of educating voters.

All-City Luncheon on Tuesday, April 29

The League of Women Voters of Oakland's annual All-City Luncheon will be on Tuesday, April 29th, at 11:15 AM at Scott's Seafood Restaurant at Jack London Square.

Our speaker will be California Chief Justice, Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye, in conversation with Bay Area journalist, Belva Davis, talking about "Building Citizens for the Future".


League of Women Voters 23rd Annual Luncheon on April 29 is totally and definitively sold out! We are grateful to everyone in Oakland for your enthusiastic support of the mission of the League, making democracy work in our community. If you have not yet submitted your reservation, we are sorry to miss you but we look forward to seeing you next year at our 24th annual luncheon.

Last-minute seats may become available, so please sign up for our wait list and we will notify you. Click to send an email.

Here is more information about the Luncheon

And how LWVO members can help

Contribute for a Luncheon Table

Pledges received will be acknowledged in the Luncheon Program and as described in the pledge form.
Click here to contribute by check or online

Our Newsletter, the VOTER

Our Newsletter, the VOTER, is published 10 times a year, both online and on paper. The online VOTER comes in two versions; a .pdf version, (March 2014 VOTER in color) and the version you have been reading all along, (March 2014 VOTER).

Please let the chair of the communications committee, Leslie Smith at, or the webmaster, Bev Solo at know how you like the new version and which works best for you. If you prefer to not receive the paper version, please email Leslie.

Link to the Bay Area Monitor

Here is the link to the Bay Area Monitor

Published for over 30 years as a project of the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Education Fund, the Bay Area Monitor provides coverage of transportation, air quality, water quality, open space, and land use issues in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

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