North Carolina suffragists, ca 1920, led by Gertrude Weil (far left) - Courtesy North Carolina Museum of History
Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.
The League of Women Voters of Moore County Est. 1987
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Making a difference and creating change through our work.
- Protecting voter rights
- Striving to involve citizens in the political process through voter registration and education programs
- Educating citizens and fostering dialogue on important issues
- Preserving constitutional rights and civil liberties
- Advocating for positive change on all levels of government
- Hosting candidate forums for municipal, county and state positions
- Co-sponsoring the Ruth Pauley Lecture Series
- Conducting studies on local issues i.e. environment, immigration and poverty
- Monthly luncheon meetings with informative speakers
- Annual Lunch with Legends fundraiser luncheon for our Civic Leader Scholarship Fund
- Offering opportunities to meet and work with a diverse group of interesting citizens