Members

The League of Women Voters of New Jersey is nothing without our members. For the past 100 years, generation after generation, League members have been determined to turn to their neighbors, hand them a voter registration form, and offer them a ride to the polls. Year after year, our members have tirelessly answered the call to defend democracy and we know we can count on the next generation of League volunteers, equipped with the tools and resources necessary, to follow in those footsteps. Thank you for your service to our organization and to our country.
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Resources and Publications
Member Resources
Local League Resources
Voter Services Resources
Member-Only Voter Services Resources
There are several voter services resources that are only available for LWVNJ members. Please complete the form below to request access to one of the resources.

List of Available Resources
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LWVNJ Statewide Program Committees
LWVNJ Statewide Program Committee are led by members knowledgeable and active in one of the League’s policy program areas:
The major roles of the committees are to educate League members and advocate on state public policies.
As educators, committees might select one area to update our members on our League position and the current status of the law or it might provide background on a current public policy discussion in New Jersey. Committee members can do this by writing articles for our newsletter or the website, blogging, or preparing a meeting-ready program or speakers for local Leagues.

As advocates, committees recommend action on specific legislation, regulations or public policy areas to the League of Women Voters of New Jersey State Board. Such action might include joining a coalition; testifying on issues of concern; meeting with legislators or executive departments; issuing press releases; or writing letters to the editor or action alerts to our members.
Program Committee Resources
LWVNJ Lobby Corps
The LWVNJ Lobby Corps aims to develop and train members who are interested in building grassroots power for LWVNJ and coalition partner campaigns.

Lobby Corps members will have opportunities to select the issues they are most passionate about, participate in educational trainings on the issues, and learn best practices for discussing these issues with their legislators and other stakeholders.
What will you do as a Lobby Corps Volunteer?
Lobby Corps Advocacy Calls
Lobby Corps Advocacy Calls are intended to keep Lobby Corps members updated on LWVNJ’s legislative priorities and prepare them to advocate in support of these priorities. Informational resources and materials on each topic will be provided to registrants ahead of each call to prepare members for discussion.

Advocacy Calls are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6PM. Below is a schedule of calls for 2022.
Date & Time
Topic
Registration Link
February 10th at 6PM
Reparations Task Force
March 10th at 6PM
Civilian Complaint Review Boards
April 14th at 6PM
NJ State Budget
May 12th at 6PM
Civics Education
June 9th at 6PM
Natural Resources
July 14th at 6PM
TBD
August 11th at 6PM
TBD
September 8th at 6PM
TBD
October 13th at 6PM
TBD
November 10th at 6PM
TBD
December 8th at 6PM
TBD