The League of Women Voters of New Jersey is the organization where hands-on work to defend democracy leads to empowered voters and civic improvement.
Here you can add your voice, along with over 300,000 League members and supporters across the country, in making democracy work.
The LWVNJ Activist Training Program is designed to equip members and volunteers with the knowledge and skills needed to carry out dynamic organizing strategies that can effectively influence public policy and the state of democracy in New Jersey.
Every election, the League reaches out to voters across the state to share accurate, nonpartisan voter information and make sure they have the resources they need to cast a ballot.
Volunteer at an upcoming event to Get Out The Vote in your community!
The Lobby Corps is comprised of LWVNJ members who meet with state legislators to advocate on the League's key issues and positions.
Members can choose the policy areas they are most passionate about and attend trainings and briefings to learn how to discuss these issues with their legislators and other stakeholders.
Advocacy Calls keep Lobby Corps members updated on LWVNJ’s legislative priorities and prepare them to advocate in support of these priorities.
Advocacy Calls are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6PM.
Energizing Young Voters is an initiative of the League of Women Voters that envisions every 18-29 year old in the United States will become a life-long voter and an engaged citizen.Learn more