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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

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Utah Presidents

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Catherine Weller

2018 Legislative Session:  January 22-March 8

The League of Women Voters Leg Corps is entering a very busy period of monitoring and reporting on the 2018 Utah Legislative Session. The League will contact members through the session to inform them of bills we support or oppose and encourage member participation by contacting their legislators.  

The Legislative Action Corps also provides a valuable summary of bills in the session and the League support of that bill.  Follow our link to the 2018 Legislative Session bills and resolutions.

If you want to participate in our Legislative Corps, even for one committee or one day, contact our co-directors, Vickie Samuelson or Nickie Nelson. Each Wednesday during the session, the League meets about 11:30 in the Seagull Room next to the Senate Cafeteria for a brown bag review of what is coming up in the session.  Join us - it is fun and informative.

star4-2_e0 Redistricting in Utah

The Supreme Court of the United States is considering what could be the most important case for democracy in decades. 

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 and we will connect you with one of our members.

Learn About Ranked Choice Voting 

The League of Women Voters of Utah has written a study on Ranked Choice Voting which will be used to gather consensus. To read the study click the link. If you would like to participate in the consensus discussions, contact your local league leaders for information on scheduled meetings. Our consensus statement will be available on the website by the first of January. 

Our January newsletter, the Utah Voter, is Here!

Inside: Planning for Legislature, Agriculture study update, ballot initiatives and more ...

Sandy Peck, Our Children's Champion

Celebrate with us our longtime Executive Officer Sandy Peck, who has been awarded the Rox McGee Lifetime Achievement Award. 

League of Women Voters Condemns Act of Domestic Terrorism

The League has issued a strong statement after the violence in Charlottesville. Following is both the statement and our social policy. 

"There is no place for hatred and violence in our democracy, and all leaders must condemn
these acts of domestic terrorism." - Chris Carson

League of Women Voters of Utah Files Lawsuit to Protect Voters

Lieutenant Governor Would Violate State Law by Sharing Voter Data with Election Commission

Salt Lake City, UT - If the lieutenant governor of Utah hands over voter data to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, he would be violating state law, the League of Women Voters of Utah and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) of Utah argued in a lawsuit filed Wednesday. Read more about this important issue. 

Presidential Elections and the League

The League of Women Voters, with an underlying respect for the United States voter, has long studied how our democracy works. Issues such as the Direct Election of the President and the role of the Electoral College are currently of general interest. Here is more information on the League's positions.

Learn About the League

Chris Carson, LWVUS president, reflects on our past and future. 

Our Summit County group tells you why the League is important.

Public Defense in Utah

A LWV of Utah Study

Statement of Purpose: In 2016 the League became aware of two studies, one by the Sixth Amendment Center (2015) and one by the ACLU (2011) both of which found the state of Utah was deficient in fulfilling its responsibility to ensure indigent defendants receive their constitutionally-guaranteed right to counsel. This study is the result of the League's investigation into the issue. It presents information about Utah's present attempts to meet its constitutional responsibility and what still needs to be addressed.

Sexual Violence in Utah
A LWV of Utah Study

One in three Utah women will experience some type of sexual violence in their lifetime. This startling statistic from the Utah Health Department has led the League to study this issue. Read the result and learn about possible interventions. See the League Position here. 

Death with Dignity
A LWV of Utah Study

Death with Dignity legislation has become of increasing public interest and concern. Currently five states have legislation allowing physician aid in dying - Oregon, Washington, Montana, Vermont and California. Additionally, interpretation of physician assisted dying legal standing is under review in New Mexico. It is anticipated that this issue will remain on legislative agendas not just in Utah, but many other states as well. Check out the League Position here.

Find more recent and critical studies on the League Studies page inside. 

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The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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