Celebrating 60 Years in the Bay Area.

The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area is an Inter-League Organization established in 1959 to address Bay Area regional issues.

We connect 20-Local Leagues in 9 Bay Area counties.

Meet the incoming & returning LWVBA Board Members

 

Sherry Smith

President

LWV Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany

Eric Arens

LWVBA Natural Resources/Climate Change Director

Local League: LWV Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany

 

 

Mary Ann Benson

LWVBA Secretary

Local League: LWV Piedmont

 

 

 

Margo McGlone

LWVBA Director at-large

Local League: LWV Solano County

 

LWVBA VIRTUAL CONVENTION

JUNE 6TH, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

More Information | Video & Pics

 

 

 

 

Bay Area League Day 2020 | “Looking Back, Moving Forward”

Take the Attendee Survey | League Day 2020

League Day History

2019

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in the Bay Area

2018

Bay Area Regional Government & the Winds of Change

 

2017

Addressing the Bay Area Housing Crisis

2017

Mini League Day: Hwy 37, Planning for the Future

2016

Transportation in the Bay Area

 

2015

 The Climate Change Initiative in the Bay Area

 

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LWV Bay Area

PO Box 22516

Oakland, CA 94609

Planning to visit? First, call our office.

510-839-1608

Positions and Letters

 

After careful study, the League does take positions on some critical issues (but never candidates.) We advocate for measures that help our communities and protect our democracy. Use the link below to read regional, state, & national positions. In one location you will also find links to our 20 Local League positions. 

The League of Women Voters takes a stand on issues and voices the opinion of thousands of its Bay Area members. Over the years we have addressed, plan bay area, transportation issues, health and welfare concerns, climate change as well as other socio-economic topics. Click the link to the right to read our library of letters.

LWVBA Admin. VP  Madeline Kronenberg

Six times a year, the Bay Area League produces a professional publication called the Bay Area Monitor.

Inside you will read professionally written articles on topics that affect the Bay Area such as transportation, air quality, water, open space, and land use issues. Click the link to find opportunities to showcase your nonpartisan information in the Monitor.

 

 

2019 Bay Area Council – April 2019