Making Democracy Work

Democracy is NOT a Spectator Sport!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active civic participation in government by (1) providing services to voters and (2) taking action on certain public policy issues. Positions on issues are taken only after study and subsequent consensus of the members.

2016 Wine Tasting FlyerOrder your tickets for our annual Fall fundraiser now! Single ticket $30, Two for $50. Friday, October 14 from 5pm to 7:30pm in the Rockwell Gallery (downstairs) at 109 S. Franklin Street. Wine tasting (with free food) and silent auction. Help your local LWV raise money for its important projects in Making Democracy Work.
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THIS WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Remember to vote in the October 4, Municipal Election. If you missed the LWVJ Candidate Forum on Wednesday, September 15, you can listen it to it on the KTOO website
  • The next meeting of the LWV Juneau Board will take place on Monday, October 24, at 4:30am in the downtown Library. All Board meetings are open to LWV members
  • The LWV Juneau Fall Newsletter is hot off the press. Check it out.
  • If you have ever thought about running for the Assembly or School Board, be sure to sign up to be notified about the next (free) How to Run for Local Office Workshop

Welcome to the Juneau League of Women Voters (LWV).

We hope our website will help you better understand the League and your government. We focus on selected policy issues and on encouraging effective government by and for the people. In an era of proliferating and powerful special interests, the League has earned a reputation as a respected and effective participant in the US political process at national, state, and local levels.

We hope you find the information on this website useful, and (if you are not already an LWV member) will consider joining our organization. Note that our members are automatically members of the League of Women Voters of Alaska, and of the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS). Maintaining an effectively functioning democracy is hard work at all levels of government and we can always use more help.

The League of Women of Voters does not endorse any political candidates or political parties. Nor does it endorse the contents of any websites to which this website links. Links are provided to give visitors convenient access to additional information. The League does not endorse or control these external links nor guarantee the accuracy of the information they produce.