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Voices Call to Action App

The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is excited to provide a free and easy way for Wisconsinites to reach their representatives with Voices - a mobile call-to-action app. Contact your representatives about the issues that matter to you.

Click here to here to find out more and download the app

Gear Up to Vote!
The Gear Up To Vote tour wraps up!

The League wrapped up our Gear Up to Vote minivan tour on October 25. In three months we drove 6,500 miles, participated in 33 events around the state, met with more than 5,000 people and engaged more than 200 LWV volunteers in our efforts. We registered more than 500 voters on the tour, but that is just a small fraction of the voters registered by our 18 local Leagues this year.
Where We Stand
LWV WI takes positions on key public policy issues after study, debate and consensus by our membership. The State League also acts in support of LWVUS positionsClick here to see the League's lobbying page on the Wisconsin Ethics Commission's Eye on Lobbying website.

Members of LWV Milwaukee County testifying 
at Joint Finance Hearing in West Allis, April 2017
Statement on State Budget
The League calls on state lawmakers to support a state budget that provides the people of our state a high quality of life and ensures that our communities thrive. This means top-notch education for all of our children and young adults, public transit to get us to family-sustaining jobs, clean air and water, access to affordable healthcare for all Wisconsin residents, and an open, fair and responsive government. Our full statement to lawmakers.  A handy summary.
Election Observation Report

(photo by Mary Roche)

The League’s Election Observation report from the November 2016 Election is now available for review with key findings and recommendations regarding election administration, voter education and the impact of new voting laws. The report contains specific examples of problems voters experienced and concludes with recommendations for improvement. Unfortunately what this report cannot quantify is the number of eligible citizens who did not attempt to vote due to the new documentation requirements. Read a summary or the full report

The League is very grateful to our election observer volunteers for their time and efforts on making this report possible. Thank you!

Issues Briefing Oct 28, 2017
Register by October 19 for LWV WI's annual State Issues Briefing! Join us to learn from experts on current issues in immigration, poverty, water quality and fair voting maps for Wisconsin. Check out our breakout sessions on League membership and voter services. Go to our 2017 Issues Briefing page for more information and registration.
Annual Meeting in Green Bay

Thanks to all who joined us for the 2017 LWV WI Annual Meeting, June 9-10 in Green Bay! League members from across the state came together to adopt new program priorities, elect new leaders and adopt a budget to ensure success and impact in the coming year. Click here to view documents from the meeting.
Keep the League Strong!

Support the League with a tax-deductible contribution, and 
Make Democracy Work ® in Wisconsin!

Thank you!
Find Your Local League

There are 18 local Leagues in Wisconsin and 4 new ones forming. There are also inter-League organizations working on Lake Michigan and Upper Mississippi River issues. Click on the map to find a local League near you!

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