League Birthday Luncheon on February 22
A century ago, on February 14, 1920, the League of Women Voters was founded to advance democracy by educating voters, especially women. After seven decades of activism, women were finally on the brink of getting the right to vote throughout the U.S.
Help us celebrate this milestone in our history at our annual Birthday Luncheon on February 22. More information and registration...
Edmonds Pioneer and Suffrage Champion Honored
Check out the historical interpretive sign at the corner of Sunset and Caspers in Edmonds. The plaque honors Edmonds publisher, land developer and suffragist Missouri Hanna. League member Rita Ireland wrote successful grants for creation of the plaque, authored the text, worked with the artists, and coordinated with city officials to place it adjacent to Hanna Park. Read more about this collaborative effort in our Centennial blog and in My Edmonds News…
Published annually by the League, "They Represent You" is a brochure listing your elected officials, with information on how to contact them. TRY brochures are available here, as well as at locations such as public libraries.
This is the core value of the League of Women Voters and its highest commitment. We strive to provide accurate and current information, resources, and programs for voters in Snohomish County.
The mission of the League of Women Voters is to encourage informed and active participation in government, increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influence public policy through education and advocacy.
There are many ways to experience the important work of the League. We invite you to attend one of our monthly unit meetings. Check out the committees working on our current positions and topics. You can follow us on Facebook, read one of our newsletters or Action Alerts, listen to our Magazine on the Air podcasts, or view our Calendar for upcoming events. We welcome your interest and involvement!