Diablo Valley

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Our members are trained to provide voter registration and information services.

League members learn about putting on candidate forums before an election season.

Panelists Pat Snyder, Dan Geiger, Mary Boegel

We educate ourselves and others about issues like healthcare reform!

Panelists Pat Snyder, Dan Geiger and Dr. Mary Boegel address the League in April 2019.

Women at event booth registering voters

We take voter registration to where things are happening!

People line up to register to vote at the LWV Diablo Valley booth at Women's March.

League members holding posters at May Day 2018 event

We fight against discrimination in our communities!

Our members participate in events like this one supporting immigrant housing and services.

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We inform local voters through our online Voter's Edge information website.

Volunteers find that getting voter information onto Voter's Edge is fun!

Diablo Valley

The League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley serves the communities of Alamo, Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Canyon, Concord, Danville, Diablo, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Rossmoor, San Ramon and Walnut Creek.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. The League never endorses or opposes candidates or political parties. We influence public policy through education and advocacy. We invite men and women to join us!

Note: Listings below are in reverse order of posting -- to see them listed in calendar order, please use the Calendar option on the menu to the left. 

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Your city council or other government meetings are now as close as your TV or computer, including ways to participate from home. Here are some of the government bodies now holding virtual meetings during the coronavirus emergency. Check back -- we will be adding more!

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Blog Post

All members are invited and encouraged to attend our LWVDV Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, June 20th AT 9:30 AM. We need a quorum of members to vote to continue services for the next year and we hope to see you there!

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Blog Post

Schools and Communities First (SCF) needs you! 

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Blog Post

Every year, a committee of on-board and off-board members searches our membership for people with the enthusiasm to take on one of our leadership roles. We submit the slate for a vote at our Annual Meeting (June 20). 

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Action Alerts

Contact Congress today and ask them to ensure funding to safeguard our elections is included in the next stimulus bill.

WomenVoteinAction
Event Date: 
Jun 6 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
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Online Zoom Meeting

The Action Committee usually meets the first Saturday, from 10 am–noon in the League Office, 500 St. Mary’s Rd., Lafayette. The committee meets monthly to discuss LWV and local issues and priorities. When appropriate, the Committee may recommend that the LWVDV Board take action on an issue, such as writing a letter, making a statement, or endorsing a local measure.

Cover Photo Waking Up White

At the beginning of every Board meeting we will be taking 10 minutes to discuss a question from the end of a chapter in “Waking Up White” by Debby Irving. This book is Irving’s description of her own journey in recognizing blind spots and unconscious biases in herself.

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Where does League of Women Voters fit in your life? Where do you fit in the League? Please let us know by filling out the survey at https://my.lwv.org/california/diablo-valley/member-interest-survey now so that we can help you get the most out of your membership! (Not a member yet? Take a look at what we're doing -- you might want to join us!)

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Check out this page for ideas and opportunities to celebrate the Nineteenth Amendment, the League of Women Voters, and the past 100 years as women claimed and used their power to vote! Meet some little-known and interesting suffragists!

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The League of Women Voters is committed to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) throughout the League and the country. This page includes links to articles and events focused on attaining that goal, as well as our Board exercises to improve our DEI well-being.

We want you to join the League of Women Voters. Everyone is welcome!

Your support goes directly to the League's work to protect and defend our democracy. Together we ensure our elections are free, fair and accessible; protect our environment; and reduce the influence of money in our elections.