Vermont

Vermont

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

The League of Women Voters has prepared an outline of primary duties of our elected officials. We hope this will help you as you head to the polls.

Federal Offices: US Senator, Representative to Congress

State Offices: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, Auditor of Accounts, Attorney General, State Senator, State Representative, Probate Judge, Assistant Judge, State's Attorney, Sheriff, High Bailiff

picture by Jeannette Wuff of members in white suffragette costumes in the July 4th parade in Montpelier 2018
Blog Post

The League of Women Voters came in second in the judging for Performance Entries in the 2018 July 4th parade in Montpelier.  A stricking vintage red truck led the way as members waved to the crowds, costumed to recall 1920s suffragettes in white d

LWV meets with Vermont Governor Scott 2018
Blog Post

A dozen or so members of the League from around Vermont gathered at the State House on February 13 to celebrate the League's 98th anniversary and meet with our legislators.

News

The third in the LWVCEN/Kellogg-Hubbard Library series on the First Amendm

Candidates for Mayor, photographed by Matthew Thorsen, Seven Days
Blog Post

Channel 17/Town Meeting TV teamed up with Seven Days weekly newspaper and the Champlain Valley League of Women Voters to host a live election forum of the Burlington mayoral candidates on Monday, February

Healthcare
Press Release

Letter to the Editor

Juliette Holmes speaks to the Moth about Voting rights in her family history
Blog Post

A personal story about voting rights, a great audio listen.    Recorded by The Moth, previously broadcast on the Moth Radio Hour.

Blog Post

The League of Women Voters of Vermont is partnering with the Vermont Workers' Center in their Healthcare is a Human Right Campaign.