Making Democracy Work

Democracy is Not a Spectator Sport - Get Involved!

The League of Women Voters of Scarsdale is a nonpartisan, political organization with a rich history spanning over 90 years in the Scarsdale community. We encourage you to join us as we work to promote democracy and political responsibility at the local, state and national levels through voter education, issue advocacy and the active participation of citizens.
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UPCOMING EVENTS



ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS IS RED HOT NOW - Read about the new chapter begun in November; at its second meeting, 150 passionate activists surged through the doors to hear what they could do with a League. You can take pride in our image as a force for democracy. Your efforts have a wide reach.

  • LWVS April/May 2017 Bulletin available online. Read it now.

  • MARCH 2017 ISSUE NOW AVAILABLE: Check out what is happening in the league on the state level with the most recent copy of the LWVNYS State Voter.

  • LWV Westchester County - The LWV of Westchester will hold its Annual Convention on Thursday, June 1st at the Scarsdale Woman's Club at 37 Drake Rd. in Scarsdale, beginning at 10am. The featured speaker will be Susan Lerner, Executive Director of Common Cause New York.

  • The LWVS is proud to release its newly updated version of This is Scarsdale. This comprehensive community resource directory contains vital information on many facets of life in Scarsdale for both new comers and established residents.

  • The League of Women Voters is 95 years strong! Click here to find out ten ways the LWV has improved our country.

  • "Victory Postponed. Regular Meeting Next Thursday"...read the interesting story of Scarsdale's Suffragists

LWVS's Deb Morel, Joan Frankle and Amy Cooper at the United Nations
LWVS's June Reidenburg handing out literature to new American citizens at Naturalization Court


LWVS's Lisa Eisenstein and Diane Greenwald teaching Scarsdale students about the history of voting rights
2016 Food For Thought Luncheon, L-R: Mary Beth Evans, Renee Baylor, Diane Baylor

LWVS's 2016 Food For Thought Luncheon, L-R: LWVS's Janice Starr & Anne Lyons
2016 Food For Thought Luncheon, L-R: LWVS's Cindy Dunn, Lauren Mintzer, Maggie Dunn