What is a local League?
The League of Women Voters is organized at the national (LWVUS), state (LWVGA), and local levels, in parallel with the levels of organization of government. Our volunteers work year-round to register new voters, host community forums, and debates, and provide voters with election information they need. We engage at the local and state levels on legislative priorities and efforts to improve our elections.
What do local Leagues do?
- Study and take action on local issues!
- Host forums about local issues for the community!
- Publish local political directories!
- Host candidate forums for local offices!
- Publish non-partisan voter guides for local elections!
- Provide information about state and national issues to their community!
When you join your local League of Women Voters, you become a member at all three levels of League; local, state, and national. You will receive newsletters, updates, action alerts, etc. from LWVUS, LWVGA, and your local League.
Join a local League Near You
We currently have local Leagues in the following areas:
No local League in Your Area?
If there is not a League in your area, you may join as a state member. You will receive emails, action alerts, etc. from the LWVTX and LWVUS.
- pay $55 dollars for an individual membership
- or pay $75 dollars for a family membership,
- or, students, pay $5 for an individual membership.
- PAY HERE -- In the comments section write 'State Membership' and the county you live in.
- Students: include the name of your school.
- Please contact our state League office at 512-472-1100 or by email at LWVTexas [at] LWVTexas.org for more information.
*Student members must be enrolled in an accredited high school or enrolled for at least six semester credit hours per semester as an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited college or university.
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