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Milwaukee, WI 53214
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Wisconsin 2024 Election Dates:


February 20th: Spring Primary Election
April 2nd: Spring & Presidential Preference Election
August 13th: Partisan Primary Election
November 5th: General Election

Prepare for Upcoming Elections: 

Find Resources Below.

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Be Informed about: 

Supreme Court and Fair Courts

International Women's Day Event

Roundtable panel discussion on March 8th
Watch the discussion from IWD here

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Election Protection Hotline: 866-OUR-VOTE
Wisconsin Voter Helpline: 608-285-2141

Disability Rights WisconsinVoter Hotline:


What Have We Been Up To?

Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson, Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall, League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County President Nancy Maloney, and Muskego Way Forward Coordinator Alison Henderson gathered together at City Hall to celebrate and promote National Voter Registration Day! Additionally, Mayor Johnson demonstrated that the City of Milwaukee is committed to removing barriers to voting and to being a resource for every citizen, by announcing the initiation of a city-wide task force for non-partisan voter education/engagement because #VotingMatters.  

NoStudios/#ivote/LWVMC Free Concert

NōStudios, and the League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County collaborated on a free National Voter Registration concert. NōStudios provided the venue, paid for the musical talent and the League was at the event to check registrations or to help people register.

LWVMC Volunteers LIsa Martensen, Peg Schrader and Sklodowska. Prior to the concert there was a panel discussion moderated by Emily White from Panel members included our own Peggy Creer, former President of the LWVMC and Bianca Shaw from All Voting is Local.

Live stream of the event can be viewed HERE


On a beautiful fall afternoon, an estimated 200 children, youth and adults came to our Future Youth Fest. They participated in multiple activities, learned more about our respective services and walked away with great resources and several giveaways. 


Wisconsin needs people like you to serve as paid poll workers for the 2024 elections.

If you're looking for a way to make an impact in 2024, becoming a poll worker is one of the most vital roles you can play. Being a poll worker means helping people vote safely and ensuring as many people as possible can cast their ballot. 

Poll workers are important because they:

Create an accessible and inclusive environment where voters feel empowered and safe throughout the voting process. 

Serve their community. More poll workers mean more polling places. This keeps lines short and efficient for their neighbors. 

Play a vital role in upholding our democratic processes. And, they get hands-on insight into our safe, fair and free elections.

How do I sign up?

Visit and enter your information so your local clerk knows that you are interested in becoming a poll worker.


League of Women Voters of WI Pushes for Stronger Redistricting Bill, More Nonpartisan Safeguards

MADISON –  In response to the redistricting bill introduced by state legislators, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin is pushing for stronger, more staunchly nonpartisan solutions to our gerrymandered maps. Debra Cronmiller, LWVWI executive director, issued the following statement in response. 

“The League and its grassroots volunteers have been part of a years-long effort to educate the public about gerrymandering and demand a permanent solution to ensure fair maps for generations to come. 

“While we are happy to see legislators look into a potential solution for the current partisan map-drawing process, this bill does not meet the needs of Wisconsinites and does not have enough nonpartisan safeguards in place. 

“Simply put, the bill doesn’t go far enough. The League finds several areas troubling and is hoping for amendments.  

We also responded to the bill passing through the assembly. Read our statement. 

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Adopt the Equal Rights Amendment
Adopt the Equal Rights Amendment

From the League of Women Voters National Website:

"LWVUS has supported and pushed for ratification of the ERA since it was first passed by Congress in 1972. Leagues across the country have worked to engage lawmakers and organize at the grassroots level to ensure equal rights for all, regardless of sex.

Learn more about the Equal Rights Amendment and why it's important.


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Read Our Report & Recommendations on Police Policy and Practices in Milwaukee
Read Our Report & Recommendations on Police Policy and Practices in Milwaukee

The Police Accountability and Community Safety Committee (PACS) published a report in Sept 2021 titled "A Clarion Call for Change: Report and Recommendations on the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission".

Learn More Here

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Statement on Reproductive Rights
Statement on Reproductive Rights

The League of Women Voters and the American Association of University Women, each founded more than 100 years ago, are devoted to empowering women to chart their life course. Central to this fundamental freedom is the right to decide if and when to parent – decisions that profoundly impact all aspects of life: physical and mental health, family stability and well being, and economic and educational opportunity and destiny.

The SCOTUS decision is an assault on longstanding, hard-won reproductive rights. It will have far-reaching repercussions for all Americans. The 1849 state law – passed 71 years before women had the right to vote! – does not even have exceptions for rape or incest. This comes at a time when the U.S., compared to other developed countries, is a nation with high maternal and infant mortality rates, a high child poverty rate, no guaranteed access to health care or child care, no guaranteed paid maternity leave, and where two-thirds of minimum-wage workers are women. The right to a safe abortion is also a matter of racial and economic justice, as limits on access to reproductive health services disproportionately impact Black, Brown, and low-income communities. 

A pregnant person is not a mere vessel. The course of every pregnancy is unpredictable and carries risks to health and life. Dangerous complications can occur suddenly, when medical decisions must be made quickly. Government has no place in a person’s reproductive decisions, other than to ensure access to affordable, quality health care, including birth control and the privacy to make reproductive choices.

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Climate and Equity Plan
Climate and Equity Plan

The League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County enthusiastically supports the City of Milwaukee Climate and Economic Equity Plan. We urge the Common Council’s Finance and Personnel Committee to approve it for consideration by the Common Council. The Plan is the City’s response to local inequities and climate change, the existential danger already threatening humans and all life on planet Earth. 

The League deeply appreciates the work of the City-County Climate and Economic Equity Plan since its inception in 2019. We also commend the City’s current leadership for pushing forward the City’s overarching and visionary Plan. The latter is a workable template for locally addressing climate change and economic equity. It promises to move the City toward an inclusive and economically and environmentally viable future. Finally, we greatly value the City’s leadership; it offers 

momentum for adoption of the City-County Plan by Milwaukee County and the County’s 18 remaining municipalities. 

Many League Social Policy and Natural Resources positions support the goals of the City’s Climate and Equity Plan. At the same time, the League clearly understands the significant challenges of the Plan: 

To reduce community-wide net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45% by the year 2030 and achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner. 

 While also reducing racial and income inequality through the creation of permanent living wage green jobs for people who live in the most impoverished Milwaukee neighborhoods. 

The 10 Big Ideas of the Plan summarize its goals and offers solutions to the challenges faced. 

The League understands that meeting these ambitious goals will take a practical “all of the above” strategy that includes utilizing existing programs at every level of government, collaborating with electric power interests and committing sufficient financial resources in each budget to these programs. 

The thorough, well-conceived 10 Big Ideas of the Plan provide the conceptual nexus to solve many local issues and contribute to the long-term health of our City’s economy and of all the people who live here. We must move now to address climate change and local economic inequities. Time is short! We have a Plan! Let’s move forward with the Plan.

Learn More Here!

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