Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The League of Women Voters believes in representative government and in the individual liberties as established in the Constitution of the United States. Read the League's Principles.


Sat. April 27 and Sun. April 28
State League Convention

Holiday Inn, Lafayette
Details and registration information here

Reserve the date!
Saturday May 18, 11:30am

Calumet League's Annual Meeting
Details Soon


Don't wait until the last minute and risk long lines at your polling place. Vote early. Early voting locations and hours here

End Gerrymandering in Indiana!

Continuing our efforts to help more people in northern Indiana learn about the negative impact of gerrymandering in our state -- on Saturday, October 20th, LWVCA partnered with the League of Women Voters of LaPorte County and Common Cause Indiana to host an informational workshop on redistricting reform. Citizens representing a range of constituencies -- the NAACP, Chambers of Commerce, the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC), candidates for elective office, a better government study group, and more -- gathered to learn how we can establish an independent redistricting commission for Indiana. When politicians gerrymander voting districts, they secure their hold on power by diminishing the power of our votes. If we all work together we can END GERRYMANDERING IN INDIANA!

Governor Eric Holcomb supports redistricting reform. Let the Governor know you would like him to make it a legislative priority next year.

Read press coverage of the event here

Annual Naturalization Ceremony

The League welcomed our newest citizens on Independence Day at the Wolf Lake Pavilion. Judge Andrew Rodovich administered the oath to 50 women and men from nearly 30 different countries.