The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. The League influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The LWV of the Flint Area is open to new members who share our ideals. Our local league registers new voters, educates voters on upcoming elections, advocates on local issues and works to engage Genesee County citizens in local governance, decision-making and issues of interest.
- We also have a FaceBook page that we invite you to join - League of Women Voters - Flint Area
Upcoming 2016 ELECTION DATES: August 2 - State Primary Election November 8 - General Election (Presidential)
Voter Registration Form: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/MIVoterRegistration_97046_7.pdf
To Check Voter Registration Status: https://webapps.sos.state.mi.us/MVIC/
Remember, you must be registered at least 30 days before an election. If you move, you can update your registration at your local Secretary of State office when you change your license/ID.
Our VOTE411.org election information site is LIVE. Please visit the webpage for the most current information shared for the "2016 August 2 Primary Election."
In addition to VOTE411.org, we publish a PDF version of The 2016 Genesee County Primary Voter Guide that some people prefer. This file includes the names of candidates in races throughout Genesee County. A number of candidates responded to our request for information by the deadline to produce the 2016 Primary Voter Guide. If a candidate's information is not included in the PDF version, they may still participate in the on-line Voter Guide - VOTE411.org right up until Election Day; this site is where you can get the most current information.
For Information on candidates at the State and Federal level, please visit VOTE411.org, In addition to viewing the guide, you can print your selections for reference at the polls.
Candidates and their views are neither supported or opposed by the League of Women Voters. Our goal is to share information in a civil, non-confrontational format so the voters can learn more about their choices at the polls.
Please contact your local Clerk for more information.
NOTE: you do not have to be a resident of the community in order to serve