Diablo Valley

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Our members are trained to provide voter registration and information services.

League members learn about putting on candidate forums before an election season.

Panelists Pat Snyder, Dan Geiger, Mary Boegel

We educate ourselves and others about issues like healthcare reform!

Panelists Pat Snyder, Dan Geiger and Dr. Mary Boegel address the League in April 2019.

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We take voter registration to where things are happening!

People line up to register to vote at the LWV Diablo Valley booth at Women's March.

League members holding posters at May Day 2018 event

We fight against discrimination in our communities!

Our members participate in events like this one supporting immigrant housing and services.

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We inform local voters through our online Voter's Edge information website.

Volunteers find that getting voter information onto Voter's Edge is fun!

Diablo Valley

The League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley serves the communities of Alamo, Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Canyon, Concord, Danville, Diablo, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Rossmoor, San Ramon and Walnut Creek.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. The League never endorses or opposes candidates or political parties. We influence public policy through education and advocacy. We invite men and women to join us!

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Action Alerts

The League of Women Voters of the United States and the Leagues of Women Voters of California, Florida, and Texas filed an amicus brief in New York v. Trump, a case which challenges President Trump’s executive order to block undocumented individuals from being counted in the U.S. Census. The Leagues join in support of the plaintiffs.

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Action Alerts

LWVUS is urging Congress to extend the statutory reporting deadlines that the U.S. Census must follow when sending apportionment numbers to the President and sending redistricting data to the states..

Blog Post

The voter services delivery of our LWVDV has been nothing short of extraordinary. We transformed our services to make a difference in this COVID-impacted election. We wanted to make a statement about the critical importance of being well informed and participating in this election, when our democracy is so challenged. In providing such an intensified effort, our teams set records to be proud of this year, both in quantity and quality of outreach.

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Click through for the links to read the online version, find a printable PDF or access all of our past VOTER issues.

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Check out this page for ideas and opportunities to celebrate the Nineteenth Amendment, the League of Women Voters, and the past 100 years as women claimed and used their power to vote! Meet some little-known and interesting suffragists!

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The League of Women Voters is committed to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) throughout the League and the country. This page includes links to articles and events focused on attaining that goal, as well as our Board exercises to improve our DEI well-being.

Your support goes directly to the League's work to protect and defend our democracy. Together we ensure our elections are free, fair and accessible; protect our environment; and reduce the influence of money in our elections.

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