LWVSC Serves Snohomish County by: 

  • Organizing candidate and issue forums
  • Registering voters
  • Producing voter education materials
  • Presenting a monthly radio program
  • Publishing "They Represent You," a directory of elected officials
  • Conducting studies of issues
  • Presenting informational programs
  • Observing local government meetings
  • Publishing a monthly newsletter
  • Advocating on selected issues
  • And much more!

The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County (LWVSC) is the local branch of the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWV). Members of LWVSC are also members of the national League and of the League of Women Voters of Washington (LWVWA).

The League is nonpartisan; it acts in support of, or in opposition to, selected governmental issues which its members have studied. It does not support or oppose candidates, factions, or political parties. League members, as individuals, are urged to work in the political party of their choice. In order to protect the League's nonpartisanship policy, guidelines regarding the political activities of the Board of Directors are reviewed frequently.

Unit Meetings

LWVSC is divided into four units: North, Central, South, and Saturday. These units meet monthly, September to June in these locations:

North Unit - First Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., Wrobliski Manor Day Room, 1210 E. 5th St.,  Arlington. Unit leader is Marion Harrison.

Central Unit - Third Wednesday, 1 to 3 p.m. , Activity Room, Everett Main Library.  The unit leader is Bob Creamer.

South Unit - Third Thursday, 10 a.m. to noon, Pancake Haus, 530 5th Ave., Edmonds. Unit leaders are Rita Ireland and Kate Lunceford.

Saturday Unit - Third Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon. Location varies.  Unit leaders are Joan Smith and Michelle Valentine.

These meetings provide opportunities for regular contact with other League members, the public, and prospective new members.

Activities and Committees

Two activities of the League—Voter Services and Observer Corps—are standing committees which expand and carry on their work every year.

For 2017-2018, the Positions and Program determine the activities of the League, implemented through the units and the various committees. Committees include: Children's Services, Health Care (including mental health), Money in Politics, Inequality and Health,  Natural Resources and Agriculture, and Transportation.  The North Unit has taken the lead on Water Issues and the Central Unit the lead on Representation in Government.

There are also operational/administrative committees including: Bylaws, Communications, and Membership.

Committees meet at times and places agreed upon by the committee members themselves.

​Check the Google Calendar for committee meetings and other activities.


The LWVSC Board of Directors meets monthly, September through June, on the first Thursday of the month, 10 a.m. to noon, at the Snohomish County PUD, 2320 California St, Everett.