The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
NEW! Apply on-line for Absentee Ballot here!!! If you hesitate to go to the polls due to COVID 19 concerns, select "temporary illness" as the reason for your request. APPLY NOW to receive a ballot in time. Postmark deadline is Oct. 27th. Or You may submit an application in person at BOE offices on or before Nov. 3rd.Questions? Call BOE at 914-995-5700.
WATCH THE VOTING ACTION PLAN PRODUCED BY THE LEAGUE YOUTH CORP.
There are 3 WAYS TO VOTE. Read more.
For individuals or caregivers of voters with disabilities watch this forum on October 23. Link to zoom meeting.
In collaboration with the Westchester Library System LWVW presents virtual workshops on 1) how to register to vote for November 3rd General Election and 2) three ways to cast your ballot. For workshop dates and more info. A RECORDING OF 'THREE WAYS TO VOTE' CAN BE VIEWED HERE.
IN PERSON EARLY VOTING IS OCTOBER 24- NOVEMBER 1. You can vote at any Early Voting Center. Find the 17 Early Voting sites and hours.
- CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 17, October 13th 7PM
Watch a recording of the forum.
RECORDINGS OF FORUMS WILL BE POSTED AT THIS SITE AFTER THE EVENT.
Which races will be on your ballot? Vote411 is your guide to voting.
PROMOTE THE VOTE at a reduced costs while you protect your community. "Order your LWV face mask for $7"
Prior to the meeting LWVW issued a summation of obstacles faced by voters in the June Primary. To read the LWVW's assessment on election issues click here.
Due to the current health emergency and changes to the 2020 election schedule, we will not be publishing a 2020 Directory of Officials. You may still purchase the 2019 version.
By check, send a check for $4.00 each payable to:
LWVW Education Foundation
520 White Plains Road, Suite 500, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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A link to presentation slides (many with hyperlinks to articles, videos and websites) used in the presentation on March 24, 2020 are seen HERE.
News literacy trainer and League member Andy Katell, a former journalist, presents a webinar with tips for identifying false or fake news and finding reliable information on the pandemic. For more info contact Leaguevote411@gmail.com.