Hilton Head Island/Bluffton Area

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League of Women Voters Hilton Head

Making Democracy Work in Hilton Head and Bluffton

Our diverse, active members reach out to voters

School Funding Panel 2018

School Funding Is Everyone's Business

A panel of experts in South Carolina school funding issues address the League

Education
March for Lives 2018

March for Lives 2018

Leaguers join the Bluffton March for Lives

League Holiday Luncheon 2017

Real vs. Fake News: How Can You Tell?

League Co-president introduces the speaker at the League's Holiday 2017 Luncheon

Bromley w gerrymandering bumper sticker

Redistricting and Gerrymandering

The League's Redistricting Subcommittee advocates for an independent redistricting commission in South Carolina

Redistricting Reform
Campbell Chapel Conversations on Race

Community Conversations about Race Relations

"Creating the Beloved Community," one in the League's series of community conversations about race relations, voter rights, and voter access

Voter Registration spring 2018

Voter Registration Spring 2018

Registering tomorrow's voters at Bluffton High School 

Voting
Leaguers at MLK March 2016

Leaguers at MLK Day March

LWV Hilton Head/Bluffton Area members marched on MLK Day 2016.

Hilton Head Island/Bluffton Area

Making Democracy Work® by educating, engaging, and protecting voters and voters' rights. 

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

VOTE411.org

Introducing VOTE411.org, your one-stop information hub! Enter your address in the VOTE411 box at the bottom left corner of the page. Find your polling place, review your sample ballot. compare candidate responses to League question, and more.

Note: Some candidates are still in the process of responding to League questions. Check back during election season for updates.

Making Everyone's Vote Count

The S.C. House bill to establish an independent redistricting commission, now "off the table," will be introduced during the next legislative session. It is critical that we increase efforts to educate both voters and legislative candidates about the issues surrounding gerrymandering and the need for an independent redistricting commission in our state. Find out how you can help.