One of the areas the League of Women Voters is most well-known for is voter registration.  Every year, Bloomington Leaguers participate in many events where they assist people with the voter registration process. 
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Bloomington League of Women Voters will provide voter information and registration

Saturdays July 25 and September 26

8 am until noon

at the Bloomington Farmers’ Market held at the Bloomington Civic Plaza




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League of Women Voters Bloomington president Kaye Aho (right) presented Carol Frisch with a Certificate of Recognition signed by LWVUS President Elisabeth MacNamara. 

The certificate honors Frisch for her 50 years of service and leadership to the League of Women Voters in Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.





May 2015 League of Women Voters Bloomington in Review


Diversity Days & Peace Run, 5/1/2015:

LWVB members provided voter information and registration for about 70 eligible students from Kennedy and Jefferson High Schools.  All students also were offered buttons and bookmarks.


Youth Homelessness Program, 5/2/2015:

LWVB co-sponsored a program featuring a panel of speakers providing in depth information about youth homelessness in our community.

Cornerstone Dinner, 5/5/2015:

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LWVB members served dinner to families at Cornerstone shelter.


Box City Vigil, 5/8/2015:

Youth leader for the event was Jing Jing Zeng, current intern for LWVB.


It’s Time to Talk about Race” forum, 5/9/2015:

Kennedy High School hosted a community forum on race.  LWVB members helped with set-up, registered attendees, and served as discussion leaders.


“Mr. Civil Rights:  Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP”, 5/12/2015:

LWVB members helped with set-up, registration, hospitality, and audience participation at this film documentary screening about Marshall's courageous fight for civil rights.