League Observer Corps Resources
The League of Women Voters has promoted open government processes since its founding in 1920 with many local League’s across the nation having established active observer corps. An observer corps is a structured way to promote government transparency and accountability. LWV-Wake Observer Corps members attend government meetings and report on any issues that might concern the League. Observers attend meetings to learn about their community, to ensure that government meetings are conducted in the open, and to encourage the accountability of public officials.
Resources for League Observers
Observer Corps Guidelines - League members observing government meetings as part of LWV-Wake's Observer Corps should follow the guidelines in this one-page document.
Observation Report - Observers should take a copy of this form to the meeting. Submit your report online as soon after the meeting as possible at the link below.