Making Democracy Work

Because Democracy is not a Spectator Sport

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.
NOVEMBER 13 IS LWVSBA FALL FRIEND-RAISER - MEMBERS AND FRIENDS, PLEASE JOIN US FROM 6-8pm FOR THIS LEAGUE TRADITION!

NOVEMBER 4 IS ELECTION DAY - BE SURE TO VOTE!

Election Day is November 4. Looking for candidate information? Here are some sources you may find helpful:

Watch the October 16 Prosecutor Debate and the October 19 interviews with District 2 Congressional candidates here:

http://www.wnit.org/politicallyspeaking/

More sources of voter information:

http://www.vote411.org/
http://www.southbendtribune.com*
http://www.southbendvoice.com*

Voting Information

Check your polling place and review your ballot at http://www.indianavoters.com

Early voting is underway at the locations below. Call 235-9521 for more information:

Lobby of the County City Bldg, 227 W. Jefferson Blvd, South Bend
County Services Annex, 219 Lincoln Way West, Mishawaka.

  • These news outlets may include opinions and endorsements. The League of Women Voters never endorses political candidates and provides these links as sources of information only

November 13 - Join us for LWV South Bend's 4th Annual Fall Friend-Raiser

Plan now to attend this informal event to meet friends and support League Friends.

November 13 - 6:00pm - 8:0pm Temple Beth-El 305 W. Madison South Bend, IN

Light refreshments
Beverages, including wine
Music
Silent Auction
Presentation of the Making Democracy Work Award

Save the Date! December 11 - Holiday Gathering at Javier's Bistro

December 11 at 6:00pm - 2007 S. Miami, South Bend. More details soon!

Interested in supporting the LWV South Bend Area through a Citizen's Guide Sponsorship?

For as long as any member can recall, the League of Women Voters has published the Citizen's Guide to Representative Government, a comprehensive collection of contact information for local, state, and national government offices, plus St. Joseph County voting information.

The League distributes this valuable citizen resource free of charge at public places such as libraries, public offices and local businesses. We update the Guide following most November elections to keep it as current as possible and sometimes reprint between updates as demand dictates and purse strings permit. Organizations and individuals often tell us how eager they are for each new edition.

Your ongoing support will be most appreciated and will help ensure the League is able to continue Making Democracy Work® by making this legacy publication available to local citizens.

Interested in becoming a Sponsor? Contact us: league@lwvsouthbend.org

Did you know . . . The LWV South Bend Area

★ Visits area high schools to register voters - 1077 in 2012!
★ Registers new voters at local events - at least 40 events since 2008
★ Sponsors candidate debates and forums before every election
★ Organized and cosponsored B Green to Save Green, an environmental education program for low-income families
★ Hosts Lunch with the League, a monthly public event featuring a talk by local leaders, followed by discussion
★ Provides voter information at the community events such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration and Michiana Monologues
★ Hosts Evening with the League, a monthly gathering of members and friends
★ Sponsors public forums on topics of community interest such as the Property Tax Cap Constitutional Amendment, Redistricting, and Economic Development in our area

Want to learn more? Contact us at league@lwvsouthbend.org today.

Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm at St Joseph County Public Library, Main Street, Downtown South Bend. Free Parking. Guests are welcome.Facebook