Making Democracy Work

Local Leagues

League members are men (since 1974) and women who wish to become better informed about government processes and to work for more transparent and effective government on the municipal and state level. Members are as active as their time allows.

Where there are no Leagues, individuals join as Members at Large (MALs), and when there are enough MALs in an area, they may form a new local League.

Dues are set by Local Leagues according to their plans for the coming year, hence, dues may differ from League to League. (Part of each member's dues goes to support the work done by the state League and the national League.)

LWV of Amity - The Amity League of Women Voters includes the towns of Bethany, Orange and Woodbridge. Amity Regional School District No. 5 is the public secondary school district for all three towns. Contact:

LWV of Bridgeport Area

LWV of Canton

LWV of Cheshire - Wallingford -Contact:

LWV of Darien

LWV of East Haven - Contact:

LWV of East Shore

LWV of Fairfield

LWV of Glastonbury - Contact:

LWV of Greater Hartford

LWV of Greater Middletown - Contact:

LWV of Greenwich

LWV of Hamden/North Haven

LWV of Litchfield County

LWV of New Britain Area - The New Britain Area League of Women Voters includes New Britain, Berlin, Plainville, Farmington, and Unionville.Contact:

LWV of New Canaan

LWV of New Haven - The New Haven League of Women Voters covers New Haven and West Haven Contact:

LWV of Northeastern Connecticut (formerly LWV of Mansfield)

LWV of Norwalk

LWV of Northern Fairfield County

LWV of Redding

LWV of Ridgefield

LWV of Southeastern CT

LWV of Stamford

LWV of Weston

LWV of Westport

LWV of Wilton

LWV of Windsor/North Central - LWV of Windsor - North Central includes members from Windsor, East Windsor, South Windsor, Windsor Locks, Bloomfield, East Granby, Suffield, Enfield Contact: