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
Centennial & Suffrage History Learn More
- We're celebrating! The League and the 19th Amendment are turning 100!
Centennial Essay Contest for 7th and 8th Graders
Action and Advocacy Learn More
- Fill out the 2020 U.S. Census. We want to ensure that Rhode Island continues to receive the federal funding it deserves, and we keep two U.S. House Representatives. More
- Register to vote if you have yet to do so at Vote 411 or at R.I. Secretary of State. More
- Get the latest updates on R.I.'s Presidential primary and learn more about voting-by-mail at R.I. Board of Elections. More
- Support the League's People Powered Fair Maps campaign and ensure that R.I. puts the power of drawing districts in the hands of ordinary Rhode Islanders and not legislators. Sign a petition and show your support for proposed amendments to the R.I. Constitution to create an independent redistricting commission at Redraw RI. More
- Read the House or Senate bills that would pave the way for an independent redistricting commission in Rhode Island. More
13th Annual Susan B.Wilson Civic Education Merit Awards Learn More
- The South County Chapter of the League of Women Voters of RI proudly announces it is accepting nominations for the 13th Annual Susan B. Wilson Civic Merit Awards.
Get Involved Learn More
- Rhode Island is a small state and there are League activities organized to include all members of the League in Rhode Island. Please help us with events, advocacy, voter service, or even just enjoy a book with us.
The Book List for 2020 is up!
Elections Learn More
- Upcoming Elections
4/28/2020 - Presidential Preference Primary
The Governor postponed the Presidential Preference Primary to June 2 at the request of the Board of Elections.
The Board of Elections will post information once details of the change have been finalized.
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.