What Members Do

The League of Women Voters of Wake County is an all-volunteer organization. As such, member volunteers operate all aspects of the organization. Members choose how active they are according to their personal interests and time. The following are just a few ways in which members can get involved.


promote election participation

  • Organize candidate forums.
  • Develop voter guides.
  • Engage in get-out-the-vote projects
  • Register voters.

participate in league decision making

  • Join an existing committee to work on important public policy issues.
  • Help plan important League events.
  • Propose and lead a new project or committee.
  • Attend LWV-Wake’s Annual Meeting for the members.

engage in advocacy

  • Contact elected officials regarding a local or state issue.
  • Write a letter to the editor in support of a League position.
  • Participate in the League’s annual lobby day at the NC General Assembly.
  • Observe public government meetings on behalf of the League.
  • Respond to action alerts from LWV-US and LWV-NC.

Stay Informed

  • Attend our lectures by experts on issues.
  • Research an issue within a League committee.
  • Read our newsletter – The Voter.
  • Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Attend our candidate forums.
  • Use our online voter guides.
  • Visit the websites of LWV-US and LWV-NC.