Here is our February newsletter!   

2024 is going to be a busy one for us, so read carefully and consider how you can make our mission possible -- Empowering voters and defending democracy!

SPRING PRIMARY ELECTION (Tuesday,  February 20, 2024)
Here are the recordings: 

Need more candidate info? See instructions for Vote411 below. Plus, we're planning another round of forums prior to the April 2 Election.  See our FB page or watch this space for details as they become available!

Check out for more candidate information!  

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Lively Issues 1.27.24.pptx

Lively Issues - 2024

Check our our updated webpage on LWV Positions - found under the "Our Work" navigation pane. 

Presentation Slides from 1/27/24

NEW BROCHURE: How to Vote  

Our League has developed a new brochure to answer many questions that first-time voters have -- When do we vote? How do I register? Where do I vote? What can I use for a voter ID? If you have family or friends with questions about voting, help them out!

The brochure also helps out new students going away to college. They can request a mailed ballot based on their permanent address to be mailed anywhere they end up during the semester. Or, they can vote at the polling place associated with their college address.

The League of Women Voters of Winnebago County is a local organization supported by counterparts at the state and national level. Contact the League of Women Voters of the U.S. at or visit the website at the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin at or visit the website at

Are you registered? Do you know where to vote?  To find information about voter registration, absentee ballots, and general information about local and national elections, please visit the Voter Information webpage.

Visit the YouTube playlist of all LWV and Oshkosh Media Candidate Forums.

"Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this county." 

- Franklin D. Roosevelt