Making Democracy Work

Because democracy is not a spectator sport

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

A terrific turnout at our Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting 2017 Glad to see old friends and new at the 2017 Annual Meeting held at the City of Carlsbad Senior Center.

Brook Binkowski was our keynote speaker and gave us lots of insight on the state of journalism today.

Congratulations to our new board and thanks to our previous board for their work this past year.

A trip to the capitol for the 2017 LWV California convention

convention 2017

Your 2017 delegation to the LWV California State Convention thanks you for your trust and support. We were thrilled and inspired by our four days of action and activity and learned much about current issues and what our fellow local Leaguers are doing to Make Democracy Work.

Read about our impressions here and maybe you'll get a better idea about what happens at convention so you will be ready to attend the next one.

Tell your grad about this exciting opportunity

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has recently rolled out this new program. Two ways make it happen -- Click on the banner to go to the SOS website and register online or copy and paste the link in an email and send to your favorite teen.

It's available to all citizens 16 and 17 years old. Be ready to vote.

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