Making Democracy Work

Grassroots Leadership since 1920

Our work continues; you can make a difference!

During these uncertain times, we know that you are doing all you can to ensure your health and safety, and that of your community. The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island wants you to know that we remain committed to empowering voters and defending democracy. There are many ways that you can participate in strengthening our democracy. See a few suggestions in our Action/Advocacy section below.

Be safe and healthy! Your friends at LWVRI

100 years of the League of Women Voters and the 19th Amendment in 2020!
At the Rhode Island State House is the bust of pioneer suffragist and tireless social reformer Elizabeth Buffum Chace. Chace and Paulina Wright Davis formed the RI Women's Suffrage Association in 1868.