Making Democracy Work

Citizenship in Action

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.
ACTION ALERT! from the Lower Cape Fear Environment Action Team. Offshore drilling and seismic testing are once again on the agenda. Please read a full explanation here and take action!

ANNUAL MEETING tomorrow, June 26th!

It's time for our Annual Meeting and you're invited!

League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear Honored at LWV North Carolina State Convention

The great work of the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear was recognized by the statewide organization at the biennial convention in Greensboro May 5-7, 2017. Lower Cape Fear received the Outstanding Local League Award (over 40 members) and Voter Services chair Gail Bromley received the Gertrude Weil Award. You can read the award descriptions by clicking here.

Sheila Fellerath, LWVLCF President and Margaret Salinger, LWVNC Director

Gail Bromley Accepts Gertrude Weil Award

Voter Registration Training Workshops

Many thanks to Gail Bromley, Voter Services Chair, for organizing and presenting two well-received workshops on voter registration during March.

Barbara Burrell, Johnette Fields, Meredith Glicksman and Diana Hernandez assisted with the planning and also made presentations. We were glad to welcome community members as well as members of the League; everyone left with some new learning and some very helpful resources and materials.

Redistricting Reform in North Carolina

Barbara Burrell worked diligently to organize the Southport presentation, held at the St. James Community Center on April 27 and attended by 60 people. There was a second presentation at the main library in Wilmington on May 2.