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The League of Women Voters of Henderson County generally meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month, September through May.
League Schedule

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Schedule of Community Governmental Meetings


LWV Mission Statement

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.

Both women and men are League members. League is not for women only!

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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.

Observing Our Local Government in Action Influences League’s Agenda



Latest News

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

 Quality Education Study

Direct link here to information about the 2016 study, or see the Member Resources page.

 General Meeting

Thursday, November 16 at 4:00 PM

Achieving Home Sweet Home — A Look at Affordable Housing in Henderson County


Sarah Grimes - Exec. Director, Housing Assistance Corporation

Autumn Radcliff - Henderson County Director of Planning Department

John Connet — City Manager, Hendersonville

 LWV HC Endorses the Ecusta Trail

Read the endorsement

 Link to LWV Blog Added

The (National) League of Women Voters has an excellent blog, "Voices of the League." You can now link to it directly from our Member Services page.

 Quality Public Education Component Evidence for Local Study

Click for PDF (172K). Will open in a new window.
Links in the PDF may not work on mobile devices, but should from your computer.

Most General Meetings are held at the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce building, 204 Kanuga Road (corner of Kanuga and Church) in Hendersonville.



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 - Positions

Archives - The Bulletin


Other information of interest to members

Resources for current studies



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