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Want to Get Involved with the League?

Here are some ways to experience the important work that the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County is doing:

Join Us for a Conversation about Voting in Snohomish County

Monday, March 6, 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the Mukilteo Library. More information...


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At the annual League Birthday Luncheon on February 18, Barbara Tolbert, mayor of Arlington (WA), received our 2017 Democracy in Action Award, presented by LWVSC president Joan Smith.

See more photos from the luncheon...

​​​​​​Learn More about Our Partner Organizations...

LWVSC has partnerships with NAACP of Snohomish County, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Edmonds SnoKing Branch, Communities of Color Coalition, and with the Sno-Isle Libraries. We'll post partner events here that we are co-sponsoring or promoting.

​Sno-Isle LIbraries presents Issues That Matter: Homelessness, community forums to explore the causes and prevention of homelessness in Snohomish County. For more information...

Mark Your Calendar - March 20 - for a Forum on District-based City Council Elections in Everett

Sponsored by the LWVSC Districting Committee...


Join Us for Lobby Day in Olympia - Tuesday, March 21

No experience necessary! Your LWVSC leaders will talk about some tips on how to get your point across.


We’ll make appointments for you to meet with your representatives to educate and urge them to support or oppose our main issues.

Transportation will be either a bus or carpooling. We’ll make arrangements for lunch. It’s a powerful tool and a fun way to spend a day.


RSVP by March 15 to Kate Lunceford.


 

They Represent You: Guide to Elected Officials in Snohomish County

LWVSC Radio Show