What We Do

Discussion Groups, Public Meetings, and Voter Service

Since 1920 the League of Women Voters has been an activist, grassroots organization whose leaders believed that voters should play a critical role in democracy.

LWV engages in many issues: Voting rights, money in politics, voter registration, candidate forums, election reform, the environment, redistricting and many more.

Informational programs include monthly unit discussion groups at four convenient times and locations covering topics such as effective citizen advocacy and Minnesota’s redistricting process. Unit Leader contacts and meeting times and locations can be found on the Unit Meetings page. Members can choose the unit meeting that fits their schedule.

In addition, informative public programs present speakers of interest to the community that are free and open to the public. They include speakers on voter manipulation and gerrymandering and immigration. A recording of our most recent speaker, former Elections Commissioner Andrew Mansky, speaking on election safety and integrity in the Covid-19 era, can be viewed on the Events page.

Come and make your voice heard!

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