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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major political policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Read more.

Save the Date

Tuesday 11/13

An Exploration of Campaign Finance: Dark Money
7 pm to 9 pm
Roselle Fire Department 
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Research candidates with the Illinois Voter Guide


Early Voting is open and Election Day is fast approaching! Are you prepared? Use the nonpartisan Illinois Voter Guide (www.IllinoisVoterGuide.org) to learn about candidates on your ballot and more.

  • Find your ballot
  • Learn about candidates
  • Opt-in for election reminders
  • Find a polling place
  • Save and print your ballot

Be sure to share the guide with friends. All Illinois voters can enroll and use the online guide through the Nov. 6 elections at www.IllinoisVoterGuide.org.

Early voting has started! Make a plan, bring a friend and vote in this election.

Thank you for your commitment to Making Democracy Work®.

 

Candidates Forum 

The LWV Roselle Bloomingdale hosted a candidates forum for Dupage County Board Districts 1 and 6 on Sunday, September 30, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Events

September 18

Mock Elections at Lake Park East and West 

 

 

 

 

 

August 5

Taste of Roselle 

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The League participated in the Taste’s non-profit day. We were able to engage many individuals happy to discuss voting, elections and most notably, LWVIL’s Illinois Boter Guide.

March 24

March for Our Lives - NW Suburbs
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Young people came together and planned this gun violence prevention event. Students, 
 parents and colleagues gathered in Schaumburg as well as in communities across Illinois to “March For Our Lives.”  This group from LWV Roselle/Bloomingdale participated. 
  
The marches were planned to coincide with one held in Washington, DC planned by students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL where a former student walked into the school on Valentine’s Day and shot and killed 17 students and faculty and wounded many more.
 
February 10

LWVRB members braved the snowy weather to attend LWV Illinois' annual Issues Briefing held at the University Center in Chicago and came away with a . The theme this year was Bridging Divides: Cultivating Common Ground for Action. Check out the details on the state league website http://www.lwvil.org.
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Membership

Joining the LWVRB is Easy.  Please complete and return the LWV-RB Membership Form.

To be a voting member, you must be 16 year of age. 

To ask questions about membership contact our Membership Chair at (630) 283-2894 or email info@lwvrb.org

Join Us!

Do you want to...

  • Energize your community about the importance of citizen engagement?
  • Explore the state of our political system?
  • Elevate the power of collaboration to strengthen the  vote and our citizen voices?
  • Show your dedication to protecting our democracy?

Then the League is for you. Men can join too. 

Please contact us at (630) 283-2894 or info@lwvrb.org