Making Democracy Work
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Voter Information Learn More
- LWVCC Concord Candidates' Forum
Town House Hearing Room, 22 Monument Square, Concord
Watch LWVCC's videos Running for Office in Concord online here and Getting Elected in Carlisle here, or click here for times to view on cable TV. Also download Concord booklet here.
News & Events Learn More
Our Board [Photo: Kathleen Elcox]
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Voter Rights and Election Reform Learn More
- The League protects voting rights and works to improve election laws. Learn more and take action!
Yellow Rose - Women in History Learn More
Learn about women in history who have made a difference.
Money in Politics, 2015-2016 Learn More
Is money putting our democracy at risk?
Money in Politics, 2015
A Public Forum
Tuesday, January 19, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Democracy in the Balance Learn More
- The League of Women Voters of Concord Carlisle - Committee on Campaign Finance Reform - began work in June of 2012 to explore the influence of money on the politics, elections and government of our country, and the threat that it poses to our democracy.
League Projects and Activities Learn More
- Learn about League events and ongoing League projects,including the Book Group and the annual River Stewardship Awards.
Issues and Action Learn More
Join the League Learn More
- Learn about your government and public policy issues. Help make democracy work.
Support the League's Work Learn More
- If you value the League's work, you can donate to support us. Thank you!
About the League Learn More
- What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history?
LWV MONEY IN POLITICS STUDY
In June 2014 the League of Women Voters National Convention voted to begin a new study on AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION and an update of the 1982 LWVUS position on MONEY IN POLITICS. These studies will result in member consensus on the critical issues identified during each study and will allow the League to take action on these important matters. Adoption of these two studies resulted from the action of the U.S. Supreme Court in its 2010 Citizens United decision, along with several preceding and following decisions which changed the complexion of campaign finance in the United States.