Educating Voters

Educating Voters

We host hundreds of events and programs every year to educate voters about candidates in thousands of federal, state and local races, as well as distribute millions of educational materials about state and local elections.

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Event Date: 
Jan 12 2019 - 9:30am
Event location: 

Peace Lutheran Church

Guest speakers Nancy Baglietto, Director of Hospitality House and Mike Dent, Nevada County Director of Housing will explain the new sources of state funding, directed at alleviating chronic homelessness in Nevada County.  They will also discuss cu

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Candidate Forum
Event Date: 
Mar 10 2019 - 3:00pm
Event location: 

Falls Church Community Center, Senior Room

Learn how to run a nonpartisan candidate forum! LWV has run candidate forums for decades, so we have the knowldege and experiece to empower fellow advocates to run a nonpartisan and fair forum.


We support measures to promote an open government system that assures opportunities for citizen participation in government decision making. Please click "Read More" (to the right in red letters) to see list of specifics.

Blogs, videos, and articles on issues we're following

Would you like to share an issue you care about that's related to voting rights, redistricting, money in politics, election reform, or voter education? Be a guest on this page! Share your democracy issue here! Contact us to get it on the LWV of Falls Church website:

Change Ahead
Event Date: 
Dec 8 2018 - 10:00am
Event location: 

Calvary United Methodist Church

Help identify new opportunities to achieve League goals in the NYS Legislature as a result of the 2018 election

Hot Topics, Cold Facts

October 4, 2018 League Day: The Hot Topic is that voting day is fast approaching and we must all make decisions about who and what we will vote for. The Cold Facts will be delivered by Robbie Davis, LWV-PA member and Voter Services speaker.

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That’s the new mantra across campus as Kent State students want to be counted – as voters, not just student residents. To kick off REV, Kent State committed to an all-across campus push.

The push will be handled in three stages - Registration...then Education, hopefully through a variety of forums and then pushing students to vote early, vote through absentee or to vote on Election Day, Nov. 6.

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Our monthly membership newsletter with a wrap-up report on the election season, some opportunities to celebrate, and some interesting tidbits for your holiday leisure time!