The League at a Glance
State & Local Advocacy
Observer Corps & Lobby Corps
These structured programs offer a way for individuals to exercise their right to know
by becoming a volunteer lobbyist.
Capitol Letter & Action Alerts
Recurring publications that provide reports and updates on what is happening in the current legislative session.
Program For Action
LWV Minnesota’s positions on a broad range of public policy issues (which also includes LWV US’s positions) are its Program For Action.
Nonpartisan forums provide the public
an opportunity to hear first-hand from candidates running for state or local offices.
New Citizen Ceremonies
LWV Minnesota has a presence at naturalization ceremonies across the state, helping new citizens register to vote.
Having a presence at community events and local high schools and colleges allows us to engage with and register eligible voters.
Youth Civic Engagement
Young people get an opportunity to engage with their government and learn about democracy alongside their peers.
ISSUE & EDUCATION FORUMS
Local Leagues around the state conduct Issue and Education forums to help their communities understand what’s at stake.
Studies & Publications
LWV Minnesota conducts periodic studies about important issues with regards to voting, the election process, and the legislature.
Join us for annual member conferences, rallies and marches, voter registration events, Centennial activities, or Day at the Capitol.
We offer training at key points during the year for moderating candidate forums, event planning for League events, and more.
Services For Local Leagues
Many services are available to local Leagues from LWV Minnesota. Learn how the state office staff can support you.