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The League of Women Voters of Henderson County generally meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month, September through May.
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The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political activist 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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Our League was formed in 1963 and has worked ever since to influence community improvements. We currently have 104 members, both women and men.

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For more information, including location, see the Calendar or the latest Bulletin.

 October 31st Letter to The Editor - One-Stop Shop

Letter to the Editor

 LWVHC Launches VOTE411

From the Hendersonville Times-News

Voters in Henderson County and across the state can now prepare for the upcoming midterm elections using a website that allows them to do everything from checking their registration status to reading background information on the issues from the candidates themselves.

The League of Women Voters of Henderson County and North Carolina announced Monday the launch of VOTE411.org, its Voter Guide website. The site is free and easily accessible, and provides nonpartisan information to the state's voters.

Voters can read background information and responses written by the candidates to questions posed by the League. Every candidate on the ballot in North Carolina, from the U.S. House of Representatives to the local register of deeds, was invited and encouraged to participate, according to a Monday release from the League.

"The LWV is committed to 'empowering voters and defending democracy,'" says League of Women Voters of Henderson County Co-President Nan Jennings in the release. "We hope that voters will use this informative site."

Linda Hansma, LWVHC secretary and VOTE411.org chair, added, "Volunteers have spent hundreds of hours reaching out to candidates across the state to urge them to participate. While many candidates jumped right in, some have needed additional encouragement."

Visit VOTE411.org for complete North Carolina voter information. To contact the LWVHC or for more information about the League, visit www.lwvhcnc.org.

 Time To Finish Ratifying The ERA!

Thursday, November 15 at 11:30 AM

Lunch and Learn

This informative program includes a new 30-minute DVD "Legalizing Equality." Get your food at 11:00 if you're eating lunch and find your seat in the meeting room. The program will start promptly at 11:30 and you don't want to miss a minute!

 Letter to the Editor - No to amendments

From the Hendersonville Times-News, Oct. 24, 2018

Read the letter

 Students cast votes in mock elections

Students Voting for Democracy, a civics program of Henderson County Public Schools and supported by LWV-HC, is facilitating online voting by Henderson County public school students.

Read the article in the Hendersonville Times-News, Nov. 2, 2018.

 What's on the Ballot

Handout from the  program.

 An Introduction to Partisan Gerrymandering Metrics

Valuable information from LWV - NC. Read the pdf.

 LWVHC Letter to the Editor

Link to article regarding LWVHC Candidates Forum

 Candidate Forum Questions

The questions, based on topics generated by the League of Women Voters NC and HC and candidates, were written by a small group of local League members following the nonpartisan recommendations provided by the LWVNC and aligned to the questions found on our VOTE411.org voter information website.  Additionally, a nonpartisan, non-LWV community leader reviewed and approved the questions.   The topics—but not the questions—were shared with the candidates and public prior to the Forum.  Due to time constraints all of the questions could not be asked; therefore, the questions were randomly selected.


Link to Times-News Article

 LWVNC Education Action Team Position Statement

Click here for document

 Election Day

Tuesday, November 6

Don't forget to VOTE! Every vote is important, and every vote does count.

 Save the Date - Holiday Party

Sunday, December 9 at 2:00 PM

Sunday, December 9th

2:00 - 4:00 PM

Details and Location TBD

 2018 Know Your Local Government

Newly revised! Find it under Voter Services above.

Beginning in 2018, General Meetings are held at the Hendersonville Community Co-op, 60 South Charleston Lane (off of Spartanburg Highway), in Hendersonville. We meet in the Community Room.



Information for Study Issues
The Role of the Federal Government in Public Education

Immigration Study CDs
Two different CDs are now available.

Electronic Observer Corp
Members only.

Members - Check Member Support for additional information for Members only.

Annual Dues Information

LWVHC - ByLaws

LWVHC - Positions

Archives - The Bulletin


Other information of interest to members

Resources for current studies



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