League of Women Voters of

San Jose/Santa Clara

Making Democracy Work

Register to vote and see information on upcoming elections

Learn about your elected officials, LEAGUE community education programs and our public statements 

Join us at upcoming LEAGUE events in 

San Jose and Santa Clara

Contact the LEAGUE to schedule Voter Registration Events, Moderators for Forums and other services


Group Discussion

We presented  the results of our study of the City of San Jose local government structure to our Annual Meeting on June 5. Our membership approved a new position. 


See a description of this study, our previous and new positions, and some resources we used. 

What's New in League?

League members are active in outreach and planning activities in a number of important areas.​​

  • Lunch with League:  On Thursday, June 17, we will welcome Russell Hancock, President and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley who will answer your questions about the inequality and the future of Silicon Valley.  Learn more and Register Videos of past speakers are available.

  • Meet SJ Police Chief Anthony Mata with a Q&A meeting produced by San Jose Spotlight in partnership with us on June 23 at 1:30pm. Register today

  • Come have a conversation with others about Health Care:  How Can We Bring Costs Down While Getting the Care We Need?  Register today for Saturday, June 26, 2-4pm.  

  • See more information on upcoming events.

  • The Climate Change/Natural Resources Committee will focus in 2021 on four areas.  To join the committee, contact Vicki  Alexander.

    • San Jose’s Climate Action Plan

    • Carbon sequestration

    • Budgeting for local parks; and 4)

    • Continued advocacy for the preservation of Coyote Valley.    


Please consider working with us on these important issues. Contact us to learn more about our work


Our Core Value!  We work especially hard before elections by producing ballot measure analysis and candidate forums.  

Democracy is more than being an informed voter in elections. How can we make democracy work better?

One way is to draw fair political districts.  See the League's People Powered Fair Maps project.

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