Get Involved in Protecting Democracy
Join the League today because:
You think government needs a watchdog.
Together, we can improve transparency and prevent corruption.
You want to be politically informed.
League members study, discuss, and debate policy issues and legislation that directly affects their communities.
You want to lead.
Through a variety of leadership workshops, the League gives you the tools to become an effective leader and community organizer.
You want to join the discussion.
The League is dedicated to making positive changes, and members are invited to public forums and candidate debates.
The League of Women Voters of Central Vermont has published a booklet (modified from a League of Women Voters of St. Paul, Minnesota publication), for new or prospective members, which explains what the League is and how it works.
Additional Ways You Can Help
1. Voter's Guides
The voter education arm of the League of Women Voters has created Vote411 to help educate citizens who their candidates are and what they believe in, from the top of the ballot to even the Board of Education race. If you have questions you'd like to pose to your candidates, you can help us and millions of voters!
2. Volunteer to be a Board Worker
New Jersey needs your help this election season. Since the pandemic, the state has experienced a shortage of citizens willing to manage polling locations. You can earn $20/hour by helping reduce poll waiting times. All it takes is one training session, and you can help maintain every voter's access to the polls!
To start volunteering, choose the application from the county that you reside in. If your county's board worker application is not working, use the statewide board worker application (you'll still get to work in your county polling location).