Greater Cleveland

Greater Cleveland

The League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland serves voters in Cuyahoga County and has ten chapters to serve local municipalities: Bay Village, Cleveland, Cleveland Heights-University Heights, East Cleveland, Fairview Park, Hillcrest, Lakewood, Rocky River, Shaker Heights, and Westlake-North Olmsted.

Since 1920, the League of Women Voters has been a leader in empowering citizens and defending democracy.

LWVGC Program Planning meetings

Three meetings will take place January, February. LWVGC members can attend any one of these meetings:

Saturday, January 25, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Fairview Park Library, 21255 Lorain Rd, Cleveland, OH 44126

Sunday, January 26, 1-3 p.m.
Home of Mary LaVigne Butler, (for address email: michaeldavidbaron@gmail.com)

Saturday, February 1, 1-3 p.m.
Heights Libraries - main branch, 2345 Lee Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

READ MORE on the 2020 Program Planning page.

LWVGC 2020 Centennial Celebration begins January

2020 CentennialSymposium, exhibits, lectures, book groups, educational programs, and more. Check out our 2020 Centennial timeline

READ MORE on the 2020 Centennial pages.

 

 

 

Census 2020
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Volunteer using this form to ensure a complete count for Cuyahoga County and Cleveland.

Event Date: 
Dec 12 2019 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library

Read a summary and view a video of the forum

Event Date: 
Jan 28 2020 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Tinkham Veale University Center, Case Western Reserve University

Women's Empowerment Centennial Lecture Series #1
Speaker, Joy Bostic, Interim Vice President, Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity; Associate Professor, Religion, Case Western Reserve University.
The lecture is free and open to the public, but registration is recommended.

BYObag
News

The Cuyahoga County bag ban begins January 1, 2020. Learn more details on the county website.

News

The official results for all races and issues are available. Both county-wide Issues 3 (Try-C levy) and 6 (county charter amendment on the Sheriff) passed. Overall turnout was 26%.