Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters understands that voters are looking for ways to get involved in their communities and make a difference. That's why we put together the following list for Americans looking to take action:
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5. Spread the Word
6. Attend a Community Meeting
Learn about local issues and hear from elected officials. You can connect and organize with people already active in your community. Check your local government’s website or contact your local League.
Make sure your family and neighbors are up to date on their registration. The League works year-round at schools and community events to prepare eligible voters. Check out VOTE411.org for more information.
Elected officials work for the people and need to hear from concerned citizens like you.
You can directly contribute to the direction of local politics in your own back yard. From school board to the state house, there are many opportunities to run for office and make a difference.
Newspapers print concerns from readers and love to hear about local concerns. Tailor the issue for your community and support local newspapers when possible.