Who We Are

The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County (LWVSC) is a branch of the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWV). Members of LWVSC are also members of the national League and of the League of Women Voters of Washington (LWVWA).

For those who are new, or not-so-new, to the League and to LWVSC, this About LWVSC document (PDF) gives you a lot of basic information about history, principles, organization, values, structure, and common terminology.

Every year, the Positions and Program guide the activities of the League, implemented through its units and its committees.

Leah Timberlake and Linda Adams register students at Everett High School.
Leah Timberlake and Linda Adams register students at Everett High School.
Registering voters at Edmonds Woodway High School
Registering voters at Edmonds Woodway High School

Come to a Meeting...

LWVSC is divided into four units: North, Central, South, and Saturday (inactive). These units meet monthly, September to June. Unit leaders and geographic locations are listed below. While Covid-19 restrictions are effective, all unit meetings are held using Zoom, on the third Thursday of the month. You can choose to attend a morning meeting from 10 a.m. to noon, or an evening meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Check our Calendar to verify all meetings.

  • North Unit - Arlington, unit leader is Marion Harrison.
  • Central Unit - Everett, unit leader is Julie Langabeer.
  • South Unit - Edmonds, unit leaders are Jeanne Crevier and Tori Peters.
  • Saturday Unit (inactive) - Contact Joan Smith or Michelle Valentine for more information.