Making Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is where hands-on work to safeguard democracy leads to civic improvement.

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.

Did You Miss One of Our Spring Programs?

Our winter and spring programs can be streamed online on Vimeo

Dark Money in State Politics
Description: Campaigns are becoming increasingly costly, and the sources of the money is becoming harder to track. The 2018 election was the most expensive in Michigan history with millions of dollars pouring into the state from dark-money groups that didn't have to disclose their donors. Craig Mauger, the executive director of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network (MCFN), gave this presentation about what happened in 2018, how the role of money in state politics has changed and how it impacts policy decisions that affect everyone. MCFN is a nonprofit organization that works to shine light on the role of money in Michigan politics.

A Conversation With Nate Alger, Grand Traverse County Administrator, and Marty Colburn, Traverse City City Manager
Description: Political organizations and elected officials are everywhere but who are the non- political, appointed professionals who run our local governments day to day? Nate Alger and Marty Colburn describe their roles in managing the activities of the County and the City.

Our Media Literacy program will be available again soon

New Rights for Michigan Voters