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Be an Informed Citizen

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Invitation to Participate

On April 11, emails were sent from LWV of Bucks County with subject line of "Invitation to Participate" that provide information and a link to participate in our League of Women Voters' 2019 primary election voter guide.

Our guide will be available on the LWV website http://www.Vote411.org and much of it will be available in a special print section of the Bucks County Herald.

If you have not received the email, please contact us at lwvbucksvote411@gmail.com

New Voting Systems

Peggy Dator, League Co-President, and Jean Weston, Study Chair, met with the Bucks County Commissioners on March 12, 2019 to discuss the position taken by the League of Women Voters of Bucks County (LWVBC) in support of Voter-marked Paper Ballot voting systems as well as regular audits, preferably risk-limiting audits. A packet containing some of the research materials used by the LWVBC to complete our study was given to the Commissioners. The Commissioners agreed to keep LWVBC informed of the progress toward the selection of a new voting system for Bucks County, which they expect to have in place by the Spring 2020 election.

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Get Out The Vote (GOTV) 2018 Tool Kits

Looking for voter registration material?

Two new 2018 toolkits have been developed - one for non-profits and another for schools.

Creating a More Perfect Democracy

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