Submitted by Wisconsin in November 2018.
LWV of WISCONSIN RAPIDS AREA has been actively informing citizens about the importance of transparency and accountability in government for the past
LWV DOOR COUNTY has long believed in “shining a spotlight” on government because we believe that “watched government is better government.” We do it with our
Submitted by Wisconsin in October 2018.
LWV of the LA CROSSE AREA experienced first hand how collaborating with other advocacy groups can quickly grow voter service activities and heighten League impact.
Read on to learn more about election security in Wisconsin - what security measures already exist, new measures being undertaken, and what you can to to help keep our elections secure.
Erin Grunze, Executive Director of the League of Women Voters, joins Wisconsin Public Television's Noon Wednesday webcast to answer questions and talk about League registration drives for this election season.
LWV OZAUKEE COUNTY is a great example of why more local Leagues in Wisconsin should subscribe to VOTE411.org.
The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is excited to launch the Be A Wisconsin Voter video series in the weeks leading up to Wisconsin’s November 6th statewide election.