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League OF Women Voters of the Princeton Area
The League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area welcomes members–all men and women over 16–from the central New Jersey communities of Kendall Park, Kingston, Montgomery, Plainsboro, Princeton, Rocky Hill, South Brunswick, and West Windsor.Please join us!
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Take Action: Tell the Senate to Support S1!

The For the People Act is the fair representation bill the American people want and deserve. This legislation will put power back into the hands of American voters by making voting easier and more accessible and by modernizing future elections. Over the last two years, we saw the bill pass the House of Representatives, but get stalled at the Senate. But we cannot let this happen again. The House has passed the For the People Act again - it is now time for the Senate to fulfill their duty for our democracy. The For the People Act addresses some of the most pressing issues facing our democracy by:

  • Restore the Voting Rights Act;

  • Modernizing our voter registration system;

  • Restoring voting rights to formerly-incarcerated individuals;

  • Curbing partisan gerrymandering; and

  • Making campaign contributions more transparent

Contact your Senators TODAY and tell them to Vote Yes on the For the People Act (S1). Return control of our government back where it belongs—into the hands of the people.

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New Jersey led the region and the nation in youth voter turnout in 2020

Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) of Tufts Tisch College reports that "youth turnout was generally higher across the Northeast, where most state have facilitative election laws."

Read more and see the statistical analysis.

Complexities of the Filibuster: The Accidental Rule That Is Interrupting the Democracy We All Deserve

Read the blog post by Virginia Kase, CEO, LWV

Fracking Banned in the Delaware River Basin

On Thursday, February 25, 2021, Governor Murphy and the other Delaware River Basin Commissioners kept their promise and voted to enact a ban on fracking in the entire Delaware River watershed. The Commission also promised to develop rules that will permanently prohibit the export of water for fracking purposes and the import of hydrofracking wastewater for treatment in the Basin. The League and our partners will fight to make sure they follow through on their promise.

"It's very important to use your voice and stand up for what you believe in. Voting is a way to be sure your voice is heard."

Lillian Zullow, 16 years old, youngest member of the LWV-Princeton Area

Energizing Young Voters, an initiative of the League of Women Voters, envisions a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge, and the confidence to participate.


For those who were unable to atend the April 29, 2021 webinar, the full recording of the panel (with Ronald K. Chen, Esq., Henal Patel, Esq., and Philip Hensley) is available here.

Rita Ludlum Award

Please nominate a student who has helped with local League activities for our annual Rita Ludlum Award. The Leadership Committee will select the winner(s). This year the award will be $300. Please forward the Award Application to the student and ask him or her to return it to Kathleen Moriarty at The award will be presented at our annual dinner and meeting.

Vote 411

VOTE411 Helped Millions Find 2020 Nonpartisan Election Information.


2021 Election Calendar

November 2, 2021 General Election


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April 2021 Meeting Report

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Register and Vote

83,000 People on Probation and Parole in New Jersey Are Now Free to Vote!‬

‪NJ first denied the vote to people with convictions in 1844, when it restricted voting to white men.‬

Princeton and Women’s Suffrage:

“The Greatest Question of the Day”

Explore how the debate on women’s suffrage played out in Princeton from 1910 to 1920 in the new digital exhibition at the Historical Society of Princeton.

Advocacy Groups Speak at League of Women Voters "RBG’s Legacy Rally" in Plainfield (Click for Video)

LWV members on bridge

Passing of the Suffrage Torch

The LWV of New Jersey and Pennsylvania met at the Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge over the Delaware River. Read More

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Declaration for American Democracy

Together, we must build a democracy where everyone participates, every vote is counted, and everyone’s voice is heard. We deserve to have a say in decisions that affect our lives, and to be fairly represented by elected officials who are responsive to our needs in order to make our lives better.

League of Women Voters of New Jersey Seeks to Intervene in Vote by Mail Case (Press Release 9/1/2020)

Affordable Housing in Princeton

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Citizens Guide 2019

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Citizen's Guide to Government

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