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

OBSERVE CITY MEETINGS

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We watch what happens in San Jose and so can you!

Observe, perhaps give your input! 


 

 

See:
* City Council 
* Charter Review Commission  
* Transportation & Environment Committee  
* Redistricting 2020 Commission

 

Are you living in Santa Clara, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, or Gilroy?  You can watch your City Council meetings.  Let us know if you think our League should get involved on an issue.  

See a list of all public agencies within our League's area.

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, October 21, we host Jason Su, Executive Director of the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy who will talk about "Neighborhood Uplift Through the Guadalupe River Park".  Learn more and register for this event.   

  • See more information on upcoming events.
     

  • Read our most recent newsletter:  The VOTER
     

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

    • San Jose’s Climate Action Plan

    • Carbon sequestration

    • Budgeting for local parks; and 4)

    • Continued advocacy for the preservation of Coyote Valley.    

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

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Our Core Value!   

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.

In California, citizens redraw the lines (not the state legislature)  for our Congressional, State Senate, State Assembly and State Board of Equalization districts. LEARN more!

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