The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Sacramento, CA - This election, voters face long ballots and are being asked to weigh in on a wide variety of critical issues. Whether you vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, we’ve made the decisions easier.
The Celebrating Leadership Awards honors leaders who have demonstrated—through their professional and civic work—a dedication to the values and the goals upon which the League of Women Voters was established in 1920. They have protected the rights of voters, defended worker’s rights and championed youth and community engagement.
We want you to join the League of Women Voters. Everyone is welcome! As a member, you will: have the opportunity to participate in local, state, and national League work; get exclusive civic information you can trust; know that your membership dues add to our grassroots strength and our financial resources.
The future of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is unclear. Sheriff Jim McDonnell faced two challengers in the primary election and was forced into a runoff by retired LASD Lieutenant Alex Villanueva.
We will give background information on all the propositions on the November ballot. Voter Guides will be distributed to local Leagues and attendees. This is a free event and refreshments will be served. Street parking only.
June 5, 2018 Voter Guide for Los Angeles County in English and Spanish. This Voter Guide is provided by the League of Women Voters’ Education Fund. The Education Fund encourages active and informed participation in government and increased understanding of public policy through education.
LWVLA's Youth Empowered Solutions (YES!) is a dynamic and proactive committee. In partnership with LAUSD, other agencies and community groups, YES! develops programs and resources designed to: engage LA's diverse youth in their communities; help them identify their communities' needs; work collaboratively with students, faculty, and elected officials to seek solutions.
You can change the outcome of our local district special election! An opportunity to question all Assemblymember candidates on the April 3 Ballot, One of whom will replace Sebastian Ridley-Thomas of the 54th California Assembly District.
The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles encourages you to not only vote, but to also stay informed on election news and current events. To assist you, we have provided several sources that can keep you updated on the election process.
What is our local government doing? The League is watching! — The Observers Corps is a national program in which local League members attend the public meetings of local government agencies, exercising the public's right to know. LWVLA reports are archived here.