The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area


An Inter-League Organization established in 1959 to address regional issues,

serving nine Bay Area Counties connecting 20-local Leagues.

We envision a democracy where every person has the desire,

the right, the knowledge,

and the confidence to participate.

Our Mission

Empowering Voters

Defending Democracy

Our Values

We believe in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy

We value Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion



Buy My Ticket

This Measure affects 5-Bay Area Leagues; Alameda; Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville; Oakland; Piedmont, and West Contra Costa Leagues.


Measure FF

Pros and Cons

The Question: Without increasing tax rates, to protect against wildfires; enhance public safety; preserve water quality, shorelines, urban creeks; protect redwoods and parklands in a changing climate; and restore natural areas, shall East Bay Regional Park District be authorized to extend an existing parcel tax of $1 monthly ($12/year) per single-family parcel and 69 cents monthly ($8.28/year) for multi-family units, raising approximately $3.3 million annually, to expire in 20 years.

League Positions are developed after our members investigate the pros and cons of an issue, and after our members reach a consensus. LWVBA positions address Regional Government, Regional Planning, Environment, Natural Resources, Hazardous Materials Management, Social Policy, Surface Transportation, and Airport Transportation. 


Find links to LWVBA Regional, LWVC state positions, LWV-US positions and links to our 20-Bay Area local League positions