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LWVLA Qualifying

LWV members at Secretary of State's office during qualifying for November 6, 2018 election

Woman in Red jacket at microphone

New Orleans

President Rosalind Cook Conducts the 2018 LWVNO annual meeting

New Orleans

Make Democracy Work


 We challenge all efforts and tactics that threaten our democracy and limit the ability of votres to exercise their right to vote.

The President  Should Fund the Government – Not a Border Wall  

Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters of the United States  CEO  Virginia Kase  released the following statement following President Trump’s address to the nation. 

“What will keep our nation secure is not a wall, but a  comprehensive immigration plan executed through  a  fully funded government. The real threat to the safety and security of Americans is the loss of paychecks for hundreds of thousands of hard-working public servants during the ongoing shutdown. 

“Across the country right now, government workers are uncertain how they will pay their bills and feed their families if this shutdown persists. Critical government services including food assistance for needy Americans, agriculture subsidies for farmers, and health services on tribal lands are already threatened, causing anxiety for millions of our most vulnerable citizens. 

“It is incumbent upon the House and Senate to work together across party lines to fund the government. We call on Congress to pass a bill that reopens the government without wasting taxpayer money on an unnecessary wall, and to defend it with a veto-proof majority.” 

Contact: Sarah Courtney | 202-263-1332 | scourtney [at]

Please join LWVNO for th secreening of "Charles VS. Goliath a film by director/producer Reed Lindsay. Saturday, January 12, 2019, 4:30 pm. Lambeth House, 150 Broadway St. NOLA 70118.  RSVP lwvno [at] or ph. 504-851-9106.  Read about the movie HERE.


Two League of Women Voters members have been highlighted as among the leaders who have made a difference in the 300 years of New Orleans History.  Read about Felicia Kahn and Elizebeth Werlein.  The League of Women Voters develops leaders.