Creating a More Perfect Democracy
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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Please return to this site for complete schedule of meetings for 2021-2022.

Annual Meeting Report June 2021

LWV-Princeton Area Reports

September 2021 Newsletter

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Weekly League Voting Rights Field Calls

These weekly field meetings are a space for League members to discuss key voting rights legislation of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This will be a space for Leagues to share their advocacy plans, discuss challenges and successes, and for LWVUS to learn how we can continue to support.

To register for each weekly Zoom meeting, click here.

Women Power Democracy is the new programmatic focus of the League of Women Voters that will advance a stronger, more representative American democracy.

Since the 2020 election, we have seen new barriers to voting and continued attacks on our democracy that require a renewed organizational investment. ‘Women Power Democracy’ is a 4-pronged approach to tackle systemic challenges to voting rights through advocacy, litigation, and organizing. These League-led programs will build more trust in our elections, grow our electorate with equity, create fairness for voter access, and ensure community districting truly reflects our population.

  • State and federal district locator for all NJ municipalities

  • Phone numbers, addresses, and emails of state and federal elected officials

  • Information on applying for a vote by mail ballot, changing your party affiliation, and registering to vote

  • New Jersey’s cabinet members and contact information

  • Tips on communicating with elected officials including sample letters and what to say when calling a legislator’s office

  • Helpful information on the functions of federal, state, and local governments, how a bill becomes a law, and researching campaign contributions

Click here to view the 2021 guide.

We are excited to announce the launch of the League of Women Voters of New Jersey's new Activist Training Program! The Activist Training Program is designed to equip members and volunteers with the knowledge and skills they need to carry out dynamic organizing strategies that effectively influence public policy and the state of democracy in New Jersey.

The Activist Training Program will empower LWVNJ members and volunteers to hone their skills in three core skill areas: direct lobbying, grassroots advocacy, and voter outreach. A listing of upcoming trainings will be announced each month. A sample of trainings to be offered this Fall include: Introduction to the Legislative Process, Meeting with Decision-Makers, Using Twitter Storms for Advocacy, Effective Campaign Communications, and more!

"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.


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)

WW Voter Registration Cut-out

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

LWV Education Blog

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LWVNJ Impact on Issues 2020-2022

Latest LWV Action Alerts

LWVNJ Voting Reform Platform

LWVNJ Program Committees


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