Empowering Voters -- Defending Democracy

Welcome to the website of the League of Women Voters of Arizona. We hope your visit will help you better understand the League of Women Voters. We envision a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate This has earned the League of Women Voters its reputation as a respected and effective participant in the American political process in an era of proliferating and powerful special interests. The League's advocacy in the public interest is increasingly recognized as an essential voice of democracy. Please join us in our mission of Making Democracy Work for all.
 

“We were disappointed to learn that Arizona is not following critical voting rights laws,” said Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer, co-president of the League of Women Voters of Arizona.

Investigation Reveals Widespread Violations of

Federal Voting Rights Laws in Arizona

Letter to Secretary of State Michele Reagan

ACTION 

on Education

 Sign the Strong Schools Pledge

LWVAZ Members

Speak Out on Healthcare

LWV Statement on Senate Health Care Bill

Access to Healthcare Coverage - ACA Marketplace and Medicaid

Comparison of ACA and AHCA

Employer Sponsored Health Care

Health Around the World

Health Means More than Healthcare

Medicaid

The Affordable Care Act

The Future of Health Coverage for Women

LWV Metro Phoenix Op-Ed Article

 

  Welcome to our website. Members of the League of Women Voters of Arizona are women and men living in communities across the state. The members engage in hands-on work to safeguard democracy and improve our communities. The League of Women Voters is people-powered democracy in action. We not only promote the values of democracy, we embody them. The League is the original and preeminent grassroots community network, directed by our members and committed to engaging people in our democracy so that it works for all Americans. Strictly nonpartisan, the League is at the same time  political and works to influence policy through education and advocacy. On February 14, 2014. the League celebrated the 94th birthday of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the League of Women Voters. Since our founding in 1920, promoting the right of every citizen to vote has been a principle of the League. The state and local Leagues sponsor debates and forums to educate voters about where candidates stand on important issues. We register voters, offer them information about issues and promote voter turnout. LWVAZ has championed the Clean Elections Act, the Independent Redistricting Commission, Voter Protection for all, an strong Citizens' Initiative and Referendum process and Support of Public Education and Education Funding. The League of Women Voters does not endorse political parties or candidates, but does take stand on issues. Members lobby state legislators and Members of Congress on priority issues. Please explore the websites for the LWVUS, LWVAZ and local Leagues to find out what is happening in Arizona. Please join us in our efforts to make democracy work.  

Celebrating the Past….Embracing the Future – League of Women Voters of Arizona 

To find out more about the work of the League of Women Voters of Arizona follow us on Facebook @LWVAZ or send us at tweet on Twitter@ LWVAZ or contact us at info@lwvaz.org.

The League of Women Voters of Arizona Board of Directors


Co-President, Robyn Prud'homme-Bauer
Co-President, Alice Stambaugh
1st V.P. Bonnie Saunders 
2nd V.P. Susan Penner
Secretary: Melanie Maguire
Treasurers: Patsy Frannea and Phylis Carnahan
Directors: 
 Diane Smith ,Terri Farneti, and Vivian Harte
Local League Presidents/Representatives:
Barbara Litrell, LWVGVV
Freda Johnson, LWVGT
Corey Shaw, LWVCYC
Michele Dorsey, LWVMP
Bonnie Saunders, LWVNWMC