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See why the League of Women Voters is the best place to express your activism in a polarized environment. Learn more by reading this KSL article

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Looking for information about your local candidates for office? To see their responses to questions from the Leagues of Women Voters of Utah, click on the Vote411 box above! 


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League of Women Voters

230 W. 200 South, Suite 2114
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

Tel: (801) 272-8683

Hours: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. M-F

Office Email: Office@lwvutah.org

Utah Presidents

Catherine Weller & Vickie Samuelson

presidents@lwvutah.org


The Inland Port: Everyone's Business

The League of Women Voters fights for an open governmental system that is representative, accountable and responsive and we hold elected officials accountable for the decisions they make. To that end, the League requests that each member of the Inland Port Board file a Conflict of Interest Statement and that those filings be made public as soon as possible. The broad powers granted the Inland Port Board and the controversy surrounding its inception make it essential that the public know the interests of each Board member and that Board members are following the Utah Public Officers and Employees Ethics Act. Read the statement of Vickie Samuelson, director of Health and Human Services for the League of Women Voters of Salt Lake and incoming co-president of the League of Women Voters of Utah.


Our October Newsletter, The Utah Voter, Is Here!

Inside: The League's statement on the Inland Port, new fund honors past executive director, agriculture study and more ...


Take a Run at Gerrymandering

The League of Women Voters of Salt Lake wants you to join them in a 5-K fun/run aptly named the Gerry-Meander on Saturday, Sept. 29. Find out more here.


Learn About Utah Agriculture

The League of Women Voters of Utah has written a study on Utah Agriculture, which will be used to gather consensus. To read the study click the link, or check out the Studies page under Get Informed for a listing of all recent studies. If you would like to participate in the consensus discussions, contact your local league leaders for information on scheduled meetings. Please look over the Study Questions here


Redistricting in Utah

The Supreme Court of the United States is considering what could be the most important case for democracy in decades. Find out why we are supporting an independent redistricting commission in Utah. 

The League of Women Voters of Utah has just published its 2017 Study on Utah's redistricting initiative. The League is working with Better Boundaries Utah on an initiative to establish an independent redistricting commission. Read about the League's position, the study, upcoming hearings around the state, and more on redistricting here.

Many league members have received the initiative training and are gathering signatures.  If you are wanting to sign the initiative, contact us at lwvutah@gmail.com and we will connect you with one of our members.