The League of Women Voters of Chicago is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.
Submitted by Chicago in January 2019.
Union League Club of Chicago
Why are zip codes a top predictor of whether a child will end up in college or in prison? The need for solutions extend beyond the schoolhouse walls.
Chicago Municipal Elections will be held on February 26, 2019. Find out everything you need to know before Election Day.
LWV Chicago is hosting candidate forums in wards across Chicago ahead of the February 26 Election. Learn more about the people on your ballot!
Submitted by Chicago in February 2019.
We sent a questionnaire to candidates on the municipal election ballot that asked for their views and positions on public financing, affordable housing, access to high-quality education, lead water pipe toxicity, and water supply safety.
Conference Center at University Center
Join us to learn from issue experts, legislators and activists from throughout our state.
The Union League Club
Celebrate women's history month with guest speaker Rebecca Sive, author of "Vote Her In," a guide to electing a woman as U.S. President.
LWV Chicago has spent the week registering voters at Chicago's City Colleges. In total, 136 students were registered at four schools.
Who can register to vote? How do I register to vote? When can I register to vote?