Making Democracy Work
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.
Facing Pierce County Homelessness: Creating HomeFULLness Learn More
- Community forum on April 28, 2018 at Tacoma Convention Center
Going On Now Learn More
- See announcements and fliers of our current activities
Calendar of Events Learn More
- We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members
Homelessness CoLab Workshop Learn More
- Homelessness Action
Elections Learn More
- Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
About the League Learn More
- What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history?
The Voter Learn More
- Monthly Publications of the League of Women Voters of Tacoma-Pierce County
They Represent You (TRY) Learn More
- They Represent You
Unit Meeting Materials Learn More
- Unit Meeting Presentations
Each month, one of our members submits a brief book review to be published in the Voter. The following list provides ideas of books that may be of interest to League members and others. Take a look at our Voter for additional book ideas.
Making Democracy Work: Growing, Mobilizing, Educating and Protecting the Vote
See us on TV Tacoma: http://www.cityoftacoma.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=6701
The Tacoma-Pierce County League of Women Voters is dedicated to making democracy work by growing, mobilizing, educating and protecting the vote. Our current work is highlighted on this page; other pages have additional background and information.
You don't have to be a League member to participate! Join one of our unit meeting discussions on timely issues; attend a forum; talk to people you meet there - and see if you like it. We welcome the public at all of our events.
Forum Series: Civility, Incivility & Civil Disobedience
The very popular forum series on Civility, Incivility and Civil Disobedience has now concluded. You can watch the premier forum, "Civility, Whose Role Is It Anyway?", which was on February 4, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LveGSmnVJJs&feature=youtu.be
Amy Young, PhD, Professor at PLU, opened with an historical perspective. Read Amy's speech here.
Suggestions for new forum topics can be sent to Action Chair, Cynthia Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org.
League members have been working hard visiting high school civics and social studies classes to discuss voting rights and registering eligible students to vote. Take a look at this infographic being used in the schools.
Download the flier here.