Join us and take action to ensure that fair redistricting is a nationwide priority.
Mark your calendars! On April 29, 2021, the League of Women Voters will host events around the country to increase public awareness and engagement around the redistricting process, and make sure the public's voice is heard.
Why is Redistricting important? New district lines can be drawn to intentionally decrease voters' power based solely on their political party. We believe redistricting should be fair and transparent. Our program, People Powered Fair Maps™ advocates for redistricting processes that eliminate partisan and racial gerrymandering nationwide.
What is Fair Redistricting?
For a listing of candidates and issues that will be on your ballot, visit the LWV's Vote411.org site and enter in your address.
We envision a democracy where every person has
the desire, the right, the knowledge, and the
confidence to participate.
We believe in the power of women to create a
more perfect democracy.
The League is proud to be nonpartisan, neither
supporting nor opposing candidates or political
parties at any level of democracy, but always
working on vital issues of concern to members and
Just turned 18? Moved? Got married? Changed your name? New citizen? Make sure you Register or update your Voter Information today!
The link below takes you directly to the registration/update form. For information about registration, absentee ballot requests and tracking, early voting and more, go to the VoteOhio.gov site.
LWV Northern Portage County
As a subset of the National League and the Ohio League, the Northern Portage County League of Women Voters advocates within the communities of Aurora, Freedom, Garrettsville, Hiram, Mantua, Nelson and Shalersville.
Each local League develops and comes to a consensus on positions within its community with which it takes action. The action taken may be in several forms, including letter writing, testifying at pubic hearings, serving on committees and/or commissions, and lobbying at local, state, or national levels for legislation.
We are all equal at the ballot box,