Making Democracy Work

What's New in the Spokane League


July Newsletter

Read the July Voter. Click here.

September Events

Our first meeting Tuesday, Sept. 10, will be an introduction for old and new members to continuing programs and new activities planned for this year.

Also, in September the League will host another candidate forum with the top two finalists for Spokane city offices and Spokane Public Schools board of directors. Please volunteer to help when the request comes.

Primary Candidate Forums

You can the Spokane Primary Candidate Forums on your computer, tablet or phone by clicking on the race you are interested in:

Spokane Mayor

Spokane City Council President

Spokane City Council District #1, Position #1

Spokane City Council District #2, Position #1

Spokane City Council District #3, Position #1

Spokane School District #81 School Board

You can watch the videos by going to YouTube and searching for "League of Women Voters of Spokane".

Forums are also broadcast on City Cable Channel 5. Click here to view the schedule.

Primary Election Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

New Board Members New board members were elected at the annual meeting. Click here

Student Dues: Student dues are lowered to $24, thanks to the state and national League of Women Voters

State Convention

Board members and many other members attended state convention.

Shown below from left to right: Beth Pellicciotti, President LWVSA, Ann Murphy, Immediate Past President LWVWA, Rob Curley, Editor Spokesman Review, Bev Austin, Board Member LWVWA, Denise Campitelli Treasurer, LWVSA, Lin McGinn, Member LWVSA and Lunell Haught, LWVWA President.

League members greet Rob Curley

Of all the Leagues in the state, Spokane has the second highest increase in membership in the last two years... a 74 percent increase!

  • Award to Spokane League
    Membership Award