Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work!

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.


"If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito."

--Attributed to the Dalai Lama XIV

Spring, especially in an election year, is traditionally a busy time for the League of Women Voters of Merced County. Please mark your calendars now for these important League meetings:

  • April 2018 Voter Service Meeting, with Mi Familia Vota. We'll discuss strategies and plans for voter registration, education and other efforts in the upcoming election year. Details: Tuesday, April 10th. 6pm-7pm, Vault Works, 1666 N St, Merced RSVP link: More on the Mi Familia Vota organization:

  • Lunch & Learn, Friday, April 27th. Click on the Lunch & Learn link on this webpage for details.

  • 62nd Annual Meeting, with special guest League of Women Voters California President, Helen Hutchinson! If you attend one League event a year, have had questions about how the League works or want to get more involved, this is the meeting for you! We're welcoming LWVC President Helen Hutchinson to present on League history, structure and member basics. You will also have the chance to meet in small groups to discuss topics such as voter services, the library and our next study. Details: Wed, May 2nd 6pm- 8pm Sam Pipes Room, Merced Council Chambers, 678 W 18th St, Merced RSVP link:

We hope to see you at all of these upcoming events!