Since 1920, the League of Women Voters has been a leader in empowering citizens and defending democracy.

The League:

  • Encourages active participation in elections by providing nonpartisan information about candidates, issues, and how to vote
  • Works to protect and expand people's access to elctions and their government
  • Provides information people trust about major public policy issues
  • Takes positions on public policy matters and lobbies for change
  • Recruits and develops women and men to be members and leaders


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Event Date: 
Apr 11 2018 - 8:30am
Event location: 

Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square

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

Register to Vote

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.

ISSUE 1/Redistricting

Vote YES on Issue 1
Make Ohio use a bipartisan, public process for drawing congressional districts!


Event Date: 
Mar 24 2018 - 9:00am
Event location: 

North Community Lutheran Church

We all have the capacity to be an "active League member." But what does that mean? Find out at this full day training sponsored by LWVO's Membership and Leadership Development program and hosted by LWV Metro Columbus.

Resources for League Leaders

New Publication: League members have been asking about how to conduct studies "the League way."  Here's what you need to know in 10 steps: 10 Steps to a League of Women Voters Study from LWVO. 

Join the Population Health and Health Service study committee

Join the LWVO Population Health and Health Services Study Committee. It is open to League members and non-members.

Articles Press Mention

In a case that could directly affect the ongoing fight over access to the polls, the Supreme Court on Wednesday will consider whether Ohio and 17 other states can remove tens of thousands of legally registered voters from eligible-voter databases in Ohio, a perennial political battleground that President Donald Trump won by eight points in 2016.

Ohio Voter Newsletters

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Read the latest edition of The Ohio Voter, the newsletter of the League of the League of Women Voters of Ohio. It comes out three times a year, Winter, Spring/Summer, and Fall.