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The National League of Women Voters mission includes the importance of voter education - “The leaders we elect make decisions that affect our daily lives. Elections are our chance to stand up for what matters most to us and to have an impact on the issues that affect us, our families, our communities and our futures.”

The Voter Service Committee covers voter education and voting access activities, including, but not limited to:

  • Presentations, printed materials and social media postings with trusted information on how, when and where to vote,
  • Voter registration and registration updates at community events,
  • Community outreach to educate voters on the responsibilities of elected officials, and how decisions affect their daily lives, and,
  • Candidate forums before General Elections.

Our League has begun a project to educate Arizona voters about the elected officials they get to choose and the reasons those voters should care about ALL the positions, not just the top two or three. Our goal is to cover each State and Maricopa County elected position and draw a direct line to voter taxes, education funding, voting access, funding and maintenance of cultural and community institutions like libraries and parks and other areas determined by government decisions.

This work will support voters’ ability to make informed decisions in the 2022 elections. The project is timely, important, interesting and a wonderful opportunity for our members to join together after more than a year apart. 

Team Voter Services



The NWMC Voter Service Project titled “Why Should I Care?” fulfills one of the primary missions of The League of Women Voters - Voter Education. In this environment of widespread mis- and dis- information, this effort is imperative and timely.   Members worked collaboratively to: 

  • research elected government positions,

  • use “simple language” to write a report available to the public,

  • engage the public through both in-person and virtual presentations, and, 

  • produce printed materials to reach additional communities.

At this time, our focus will be on open positions in the November 2022 election.  We will support by sharing our knowledge and developing candidate questions reflecting our research.