Because democracy is not a spectator sport
The League of Women Voters of CT encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Post Election Advocacy Issues
Over the next few months LWVCT and Local Leagues will be focusing on issues raised during the Fall 2016 elections, including the status of the Voting Rights Act, eliminating the electoral college, the National Popular Vote, the Connecticut's Citizens' Election Program, and advocacy events.
We will be using this space to help keep members informed.
NPV Action Alert
NVP Public Hearing on February 22
National Popular Vote and other Alternatives to the Electoral College
Citizens' Election Program - CEProud is a three year commitment (2016-2019) by LWVCT to raise awareness of the Citizens' Election Program - Connecticut's model program for publicly financed campaigns. Learn More
Feb.7 - Governor Malloy Proposes Big Shift in Education Funding
CT Legislation Tracker - Interested in following legislation through the 2017 Legislative session?
Winter 2017 Advocacy Update
Events Learn More
- Pictures from our Fall Conference, "Follow the Money: Money in Politics in CT" coming soon!
Resources Learn More
- The League of Women Voters of Connecticut provides myriad resources for members, voters and Connecticut's Local Leagues. Our Library contains links to our reports and publications.
Contact Us Learn More
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Priorities for Connecticut
CE Proud is a three year commitment (2016-2019) by LWVCT to raise awareness of the Citizens' Election Program - Connecticut's model program for publicly financed campaigns.
Convention 2016 Photos