Join LWV

Who are the members?

Membership in the League of Women Voters, the most respected and effective grassroots organization in the country, is open to anyone 16 years of age and older.

Our members make a visible difference by serving as community leaders using their experience to create positive, lasting change in our communities.

What does local membership involve?

  • Get involved in a group or study

  • Listen to a panel of experts

  • Join a meeting or read about them

  • Read a publication

  • Attend Monthly Luncheons

Read about the spectrum of issues that we cover.

What do I get?

  • Membership in LWV Wisconsin & the United States

  • Winnebago County e-Newsletter

  • Your voice included in powerful membership with members from all 50 states, Washington DC, Virgin Islands & Hong Kong


Only two steps to join:

  1. Fill out the Google Membership Form

  2. Submit your payment (dues) via check or online.

If the form does not work for you please use this link.

If you prefer to donate without joining our organization, we appreciate your support!

Questions?

What we fight for:

Members belong to the League of Women Voters at the national, state and local levels, all working together.

League of Women Voters of the U.S. (LWV-US) : Making Democracy Work

  • Voting rights and voter protection at local, state, national levels

  • Reform money in politics

  • Redistricting reform and awareness of calls to amend US constitution

League of Women Voters of Wisconsin (LWV-WI)

  • Education and Advocacy on Voting Rights

  • Provide leadership for redistricting reform in Wisconsin

  • Advocate for getting money out of politics and ensuring transparency of all campaign contributions.

  • Education and advocacy on poverty.

  • Study the minimum wage in Wisconsin

League of Women Voters of Winnebago County

  • Continue study of “green” building codes for Winnebago County municipalities

  • Continue the focus on issues of diversity in Winnebago County. Define the elements of diversity and the real vs. perceived issues involved.