Get a head start and organize for the November 3 Election!
Let LWVO help you:
- Voters Edge
local and state Easy Voter Guides: these guides explain the state propositions in clear, easy-to-understand language
Voter Registration Training
League members can provide virtual training on how to register to vote. Members of your organization who attend this training will learn how to register voters and/or train others in the organization how to do it.
Contact: Peggy Graybill: graybip [at] fastmail.com or Carmen Murray: carmengm [at] lmi.net
The LWVO will hold virtual Candidate Forums in Sept.-Oct. to give candidates a chance to present their views. The League is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse or oppose candidates. Contact: Pat Raburn at patraburn [at] gmail.com or 510-967-5977 in September to find out where to see the virtual forums.
Ballot Measure Pros and Cons Presentations
The League offers virtual training on how to present the Pros and Cons of ballot measures. Members of your organization are welcome to attend the training sessions, held in September, and then present the pros and cons of the ballot measures to others in your organization. Alternatively, your organization can request a League member to present the pros and cons to your staff and clients.
Contact: Helen Neville at lwvvoterservice [at] gmail.com or 510-655-2796 to join a training session. Allene Warren at lwvvoterservice [at] gmail.com to request a League presentation.
Voter Education and Training Resources
- If you are reentering the community from incarceration, please see our Reentry Flier.
- Your Vote Matters flier – Colorful cartoon flier explains why voting is important.
- Tip Sheets: Tips for voting by mail and Tips for making sure your vote will count– League-developed tips for voting by mail and for marking the ballot correctly.
- For more resources, look here!
Check out more Voter & Election Resources here!