League of Women Voters of

San Jose/Santa Clara

Making Democracy Work

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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

Unbiased Analysis of State Propositions Now Available!!

LWV California analysis of state propositions (in order of increasing detail):

What's New in League?

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

  • Two Candidate Forums Monday, Sept. 28  

    • Santa Clara City Council District 1:  6-7pm   Register

    • Santa Clara City Council District 4: 7:30-8:30pm. Register

  • November 3 Election:  We have Candidates Forums and Pros & Cons events -- all virtual this year.  (Not like the one shown here!  Remember when....?)



  • After careful study, the League also develops recommendations for voting on ballot measures based on our positions.  See what we recommend.  

  • We are actively supporting Proposition 15, Schools and Communities First Initiative.

  • Learn more about lots of opportunities to work with us!  


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

Get Ready to VOTE!!

Are you Registered to vote?  Are your family and friends registered?  If not, register before October 20.

Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters starting October 5.

More information...

Find all candidates and measures on your personal ballot.  Check back often to find more data on VotersEdge

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Serving people of San Jose, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, and Gilroy


T: 408-271-7163     

E: info@lwvsjsc.org      

P.O Box 5374    

San Jose  CA, 95150

The League of Women Voters neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate for public office. The League encourages informed and active participation in government by influencing public policy through education and advocacy.