The League of Women Voters of Kansas is a grassroots, volunteer, political organization with nine local Leagues across the state. For nearly 100 years, LWVK has encouraged the informed and active participation of citizens in government and has influenced public policy through education and advocacy. The League never endorses candidates or political parties.

What does the League do?

  • We educate citizens about issues, legislation and candidates.
  • We encourage individual participation in the political process.
  • We inform through in-depth, objective study.
  • We monitor local, state and national government bodies and activities.
  • We register voters.
  • We sponsor candidate debates and public issue forums.

You can make a difference! Now is the time to join a local League of Women Voters and start making a difference in your community. League membership is open to all women and men of eligible voting age.

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KS toll free legislative hotline: 1-800-432-3924

Concerned about an issue or bill?  Call the hotline and leave a message for your state legislator.  Calls are answered by librarians at the State Library of Kansas and all conversations are confidential. The hotline is available weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  You will be asked for your name, your address (so they can find your legislator), and your brief message.

You can also text questions to 785-256-0733 or instant message at Ask-a-Librarian.

These experienced research librarians will also answer your questions about legislation, legislative procedures, and state government.

Join us for League Day 2016

Saturday, October 15. Hosted this year by LWV of Manhattan/Riley County.

One woman seated. Another standing, handing over money for entrance to event.$30 registration fee covers continental breakfast and lunch. Due by October 1.

Spending the night in Manhattan? A block of rooms is reserved for Friday night.

More information on the registration form: Register for League Day 2016

Sessions include:

“What We Have Accomplished in Kansas!”

“Learning to Lead in the League: A training ground for building better communities”