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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. The League does not support or oppose any candidate or political party. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Your Vote is Your Power - LWVW Team Kicks off vote411

(L to R: Julie Pesco, Peter Larr, Mary Kirsch, Philip Leung, Marylou Green, Stephen Cohen, Mary Beth Gose, Barbara Cooper, Bob Boffa, and Lynn Levine)

Your local League reps have kicked off the annual campaign to collect race and candidate information for the LWVW Printed Voters Guide and vote411.org. On November 7th there will be 155 county-wide and local elections on the ballot. We'll alert you as we hear more from the Board of Elections.

For Voting Help This is the core of the League and what we do best! Providing Non-partisan information that prepares us for Election Day.

LWVW Directory of Officials Available by Mail at $7.00 Each

Copies of the new 2017 League of Women Voters of Westchester Directory of Officials are available to order. This popular guide contains names, addresses and phone numbers of all elected officials and many appointed officials who represent Westchester residents at the federal, state, county and local levels in convenient print form. Also included are web sites, e-mail addresses, maps and other useful information."

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Directory of Officials

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Annual Convention 2017 Speaker Susan Lerner and League President Marylou Green

Susan Lerner, Common Cause NY delivered a rousing address on ethics in government and election law reform at our 2017 annual convention on June 1, 2017 at the Scarsdale Woman's Club. You can watch the speech at [click here] https://vimeo.com/220216809

Running and Winning 2017

League of Women Voters Seeing Sudden Surge in Membership

Why this nearly 100-year-old organization is seeing a resurgence thanks to Trump's election

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LWV of Westchester call for County Property Tax Increase to Balance 2017 Budget