LWVNJ Studies
NJ Maternal Mortality: A Critical Issue
A Panel Discussion sponsored by
LWV Women & Family Issues
November 14, 2019
Click here for a video of the panel discussion and for more information.
Gerrymandering Reforms
Princeton University professor Sam Wang holds town hall on gerrymandering with California's Citizen Redistricting Commission
November 14, 2019
Click here for a report from the Daily Princetonian.

Sexual Assault on College Campuses
The League adopted this study because we note with alarm the increase, or at least the increase in reporting, of campus sexual assault and want to determine how best to respond to alleged sexual assault on students in college communities. Click here for consensus study information and questions.

Praise for the League's Work
The Princeton Packet, in its October 16, 2015 editorial, cites LWV-Princeton Area for its ongoing work in voter service.

A Tale of Two Tigers
A Tale of Two Tigers:
Princeton's Historic Consolidation

by Chad Goerner

Read the dedication to the League and order the book.

LWV-NJ Study: Money in Politics
The LWV of the Princeton Area held a consensus discussion meeting on Thursday, January 21, 2016. 
Link to Summary
The LWV-Princeton Area responses are available on the Members Only page.

LWV-US Study: Amending the Constitution

Storming for the Vote:
Hurricane Sandy and the Election
A Documentary Film Produced by
the League of Women Voters of New Jersey

Florida Redistricting Ruling
LWV-Florida President Deirdre Macnab appeared on the Rachel Maddow Show. She discussed the July 10, 2014 redistricting ruling by the Florida Supreme Court.

Business Meetings
LWV-Princeton Area Updates (Newsletters)

Annual Meetings
LWV-Princeton Area Voter Service Reports

LWVUS Adopts LWVNJ Position
on Human Trafficking
June 9, 2014. The League of Women Voters of the United States, during its national convention in Dallas, voted to adopt the League of Women Voters of New Jersey's public policy position against Human Trafficking. The 643 voting delegates representing 47 states and the District of Columbia overwhelmingly voted in favor of the motion to adopt.
Click here to read more about the convention.