."The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization which
encourages citizen participation in government. Empowering citizens to
influence public policy through education and advocacy is the mission of the


Current Topics

Register to Vote sign and an American flagRead our newsletters.  
   The November newsletter is

November Ballot Issues
   Read about the Ballot Issues.   Click here.

Voters Pamphlet
Pamphlets will arrive by October 21st.   Click here.

League Writes to the Department of Ecology

     League protests minimum instream flows for the Spokane River as detrimental.  
     Click here to read.

League Testifies at Coal Train Hearings Oct. 29th

     Read League President Ann Murphy's testimony.   Click here.

League December Luncheon with Elected Officials

     League members are our guests at Spokane Club luncheon, Wednesday, December 3rd
     This is a benefit of your membership!     Read details here.
     There is no monthly meeting in December.

League Endorsements

    League endorses Proposition 1 for streets and bonds and Proposition 2 for Riverfront Park.
       Click here to read our endorsements.    Click here to read about the propositions.
      Click here to read more about the proposition to revitalize Riverfront Park.
    League opposes Initiative 591 and supports Initiative 594.  Read the state positions here.

November Meeting

     Anne Martin and Liz Moore will be our speakers on Smart Justice -- and related topics.
                    Tuesday, November 11th  
                    11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.   (you are welcome to bring a bag lunch)
                     League Office, Social Hall
St. Andrews Church, 2404 N. Howard Street

 Where is the Women's Liberty Bell?
  A board member discovered its history on her vacation.  Click here.

. State League's Position on Handgun Initiatives and Charter Schools
 Click here to visit the website of the League of Women Voters of Washington.

Meet our new board
 We welcome new board members Mary Ann Maxson and Susan Gray.    Click here.

Agriculture Study
  Read the League's Agriculture Study Consensus Form.  Click here.

"Who Represents You?"     Our 2014 flyer is here!
Download a flyer "They Represent You" with names and contact information for our city, county, state and federal elected officials.  You need Adobe Reader to download.    Click here. 

Coal Train Comments
Read the Longview Port-Coal Train Scoping Comments frpm our local League.   Click here.

League Handbook
Download the Spokane League's 2013 handbook.   Click here.

Spokane League Wins Diversity Award

The League of Women Voters of Washington has awarded us the Diversity Award for our work in Police Oversight and our Judicial Forums!    Read details here

● Growth Management Act 

Click here to read the study by the League of Women Voters of Washington State.

Smart Justice Spokane

Learn about Smart Justice Spokane at

Mark Your Calendar



21 LWVSA Board meeting—9 a.m.; office


4 General Election

TBD Smart Justice Symposium @ GU

11 Monthly Meeting – Voting Rights

Veteran’s Day

18 LWVSA Board Meeting—9 a.m.; office

27-28 Thanksgiving


TBA Elected Officials Luncheon

16 LWVSA Board Meeting—9 a.m.; office

17 Hanukkah begins

25 Christmas

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