League of Women Voters of Northeast Michigan

Mission Statement

Democracy is not a spectator sport. 

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Interested in seeing more LWV out in the community? Visit our LWV in Action page!

Dues Update!


Dues are $55 for one person or $82.50 for two members of the same household. Mail your check payable to League of Women Voters of Northeast Michigan to 307 W. Maple Street, Alpena, MI 49707

LWV Membership Form

Lunch Bunch

When: April 19, noon

Where: Polish Corner



League of Woman Voters Northeast Michigan

LWV National Convention – Turn Up and Turn Out!


The National Convention is June 27-30.  Our President, Doris Feys will attend online. All league members are invited, so let Doris know if you are interested in attending.  The registration fee for in-person is $500 and virtual is $125. The convention will be in Washington D.C. this year, with the theme “Turn Up and Turn Out!”  For more information about the Convention:  LWV National Convention – Turn Up and Turn Out!

Poll Challengers and Poll Watchers

Promote the Vote and coalition partners are recruiting Nonpartisan Election Protection Challengers and Poll Watchers, for early voting sites in several communities. Use this link to learn the difference between Election Challengers and Poll Watchers.


Those who serve will be required to attend a virtual training session. If you are interested in serving in one of these positions, please contact Judy Florian, who will refer your name to the appropriate organization.

President by National Popular Vote

Support Electing The President By National Popular Vote. Please take action now to contact your Michigan Legislators to show your support for electing the President by National Popular Vote. Click on this link, or paste into your browser: https://tinyurl.com/heccewyr

Observer Corp

What is the role of an Observer? The Observer is intentionally quiet, and only observes. Members of LWV-NEMI will attend various community board meetings. A summary report is sent to Kathy (Secretary) and Trina

If you are able to be an Observer at local board meetings, call Doris (989)255-5534

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Many of you are aware of the push to move a book (“All Boys Aren’t Blue”) from the youth section of the library. Please sign this petition in protest of such a move.  Online petition:  



Voter Guide

Know Your State Candidates? LWV Voter Guides Can Help.

The League of Women Voters of Michigan have published easy-to-read, newspaper-style Voter Guides that provide information from candidates running for state offices in Michigan. Guides include candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor, State Board of Education, and the Boards of Education for U of M, Michigan State U, Wayne State U, Supreme Court, and the wording and explanation of State Ballot Proposals. The voter guides assembled responses to questions using candidate’s own words.

Voter Guides are available at the Alpena County Library, Alcona County Libraries, and Presque Isle Libraries.

For a digital (PDF) version, click here.