All available resources for the new League membership management platform, ChapterSpot.
Guidance for navigating attacks or accusations of partisanship against your League.
How to notice and identify voter intimidation on the ground during the election season.
LWVUS understands that honoring our organizational commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in “principle and practice” is not simple or easy, but it is essential. We will review our DEI policy and practices that continue to advance our mission during this webinar.
Join the LWVUS advocacy team for an exploration into the positive impact of mail-in ballots, drop boxes, and the communities that thrive with these accessible voting solutions.
State and local Leagues wishing to take action on the federal level can use this form to contact the national office to consult on the intended action.
A guide to VOTE411.org's capabilities and resources for promoting it.
League In Action powered by OutreachCircle makes it simple for Leagues to recruit, engage, and activate community members while being able to track and manage their efforts every step of the way!
Impact on Issues is designed to help League leaders use LWVUS public policy positions effectively at the state and local levels.
A checklist of the foundational governance items every League needs to do basic League business.
Description of services LWVUS provides for local and state Leagues and the work LWVUS does at the national level.
The League of Women Voters DEI policy
This redesigned membership brochure is for state and local Leagues to use in recruiting new members. Make sure your members are tooled to ask people to join!
Start fundraising for your League with these ten steps.