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Since 1920, the League of Women Voters has been an activist, grassroots organization whose leaders believed that citizens should play a critical role in advocacy. It was then, and is now, a nonpartisan organization—neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government—but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public. In addition, the League works to increase voters’ access to the polls, including expanding early voting, automatic and online voter registration.


The premier publication of many Local Leagues is the "They Represent You" flyer.  The TRY contains information about every elected official within a given county.  The League of Women Voters of Thurston County TRY is available at many public places around the county, such as libraries, county offices, human services organizations, and the Chamber of Commerce. 




Mission Impact: Our Collective Future Luncheon

The YWCA is trying something new.  Mission Impact: Our Collective Future Luncheon is an experiential and participatory event that will engage you in YWCA mission dialogue. Discover with us what it looks like to build and live in an anti-racist community.

Jun 4 2019 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM
SPSCC Lacey Campus
4220 6th Ave SE
Lacey, WA, 98503
For further information and tickets, click here.

Hispanic Roundtable of South Sound

2019 Community Summit

Mark your calendar for:

Monday June 17,2019 

8 am - 4 pm

Capital Region ESD 113

 Register Here



CONFRONTING RACISM/INEQUITY  Do not accept what is; confront it and move toward what should be.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are priorities at all levels of League.  During March gender inequity comes front and center.  Visit the Confronting Inequity page to see some interesting things related to Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

IMMIGRATION IS A LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS PRIORITY  The LWVUS priority statement created to Immigration is:  Immigration policies should promote reunification of immediate families; market economic, business and employment needs; and be responsive to those facing political persecution or humanitarian crises. Find immigration .information on the Confronting Racism 



League members work on a variety of issues over each program year. 

The LWVTC 2019-2020 Board will be "in retreat" this summer..  They will come up with some exciting plans for the coming year.  Check back this summer to see more about those plans and how you can become more involved. 

See the UPCOMING EVENTS page for details as time/place is confirmed for each. If you have an interest in being involved in and of the activities you see there, contact any Board member and let them know.  To find out about our current Board, check out the LEADERSHIP page.

League members continually stay active with advocacy and voter education undertakings.  Chief among them is helping people get registered and obtain information so they can vote. The VOTER INFO pages are a great help for anyone seeking information about candidates and voting. While opportunities to be involved in influencing and shaping policy are found on both our ISSUES and Advocacy pages.




  • Upcoming events

    Tuesday, June 04, 2019 at 10:00 AM · 2 rsvps
    Mud Bay Coffee Company

    Coffee With the League - June 4

    Thursday, June 06, 2019 at 09:00 AM through June 09, 2019
    Murano Hotel in Tacoma, Washington

    LWVWA Convention 2019

    The LWVWA Convention 2019 will be on June 6-9, 2019, at the Murano Hotel in Tacoma, Washington. The Tacoma-Pierce County LWV are the local hosts for this statewide gathering. Convention is a great time to network with colleagues from around the state and to experience a broader level of League. Oh, and we will also conduct the official business of LWVWA. Delegate counts for local Leagues will be determined by membership numbers reported in national data base by Jan. 31, 2019. Stay tuned for more detailed information as plans develop.

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