Event Date: 
Apr 25 2018 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Olmsted Place

A presentation of the concept of ranked choice voting, aka instant run-off will be held at 161 S. Huntington Ave., JP.  Parking is usually available on the street.  The 39 bus stops right in front or across the street in front of the VA hospital.

Articles Press Release

COLUMBUS, OH -- Today the League of Women Voters of Ohio and Common Cause Ohio applauded the overwhelming passage of Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 5 by the Ohio General Assembly.
League members with signs supporting fair redistricting

Articles News

To read about the LWV support for redistricting and what is being done, click 'read more' and find the link to in depth information appearing on the LWVUS website.

Action Alerts

Legislators are trying to push their redistricting plan, so we need to push back!

Action Alerts

A presentation on redistricting has been scheduled for TOMORROW, JANUARY 10 at 9:45 am in the Senate Committee on Government Oversight and Reform by Senator Matt Huffman from the Congressional Redistricting Working Group.

Articles News

Also available as a downloadable PDF:

Articles Blog Post

A four-minute presentation on redistricting by Professor Nathaniel Persily, published on YouTube on February 10, 2016.


Support an impartial districting process with opportunity for citizen participation. Support districts that are compact, contiguous, bounded by a non-intersecting line, and follow political boundaries as much as possible.
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Event Date: 
Apr 11 2018 - 8:30am
Event location: 

Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square

The event has concluded. Read the Statehouse Day reports here


Join us for an exciting day of workshops, advocacy, and inspiration!

Outdoor voter registration event

Registration Deadline: April 9

  • Register to vote online at the Ohio Secretary of State's website.
  • Register or update your registration at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
  • Pick up a hard copy voter registration form at your local library,high school, city or county clerk’s office, or public assistance office.
  • Request a hard copy voter registration form over the phone from your county Board of Elections.