Celebrating

February 14, 2020, marked 100 years that the League of Women Voters has empowered voters and defended democracy.

Over the last century, we’ve fought for election protection, democratic reforms, and equal access to the ballot—all while maintaining our commitment to nonpartisanship and fostering an informed electorate.

League Day at the Statehouse

100th Anniversary Recognition
Resolutions adopted in both houses
Indiana Statehouse
January 16, 2020
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Important Election Dates

 

General Election  Tuesday November 3

October 5 – Registration deadline
November 3 – Election

In-Person Absentee Voting
Oct 6 – Nov 2

Absentee Ballots
    October 22 – Deadline to request
    November 2 noon 
     – Must be received 
     – Postmarks do not count

Visit this State of Indiana website for registration and voter information:
Indiana Voter – state voter portal

Click here for your personalized voter information provided by the LWV

2020 Winner 
Webby People’s Voice Award for Best Government & Civil Innovation Website

Upcoming Events

  1. LWV Indiana Council 2020 – Virtual

    June 6 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  2. LWVIN Board Meeting – Virtual

    June 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. LWVUS Convention 2020 – Virtual

    June 25 - June 27
  4. Indiana General Election

    November 3 @ 6:00 am - 6:00 pm

Profiles of Lesser-Known Heroines in the Fight for Women’s Rights

Lillian Wald

During the 1918 influenza epidemic, Lillian Wald was a general in charge of an army. As chairperson of the Nurses’ Emergency Council in New York City, she organized supplies and led her fellow nurses and volunteers, all women, in caring for the city’s ailing population.

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