Making Democracy Work

Citizenship in Action

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.
Redistricting in North Carolina

Read NC Voters Have Right to Fair Districts from the StarNews.

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Questions About Your Drinking Water?

The Environment Action Team suggests a useful resource: Clean Cape Fear.

Message from President Carol Roberts

Welcome to the 2017-2018 league year! The new board of the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear is now working towards the implementation of our program goals, and we invite all members to find their area of interest and join in to help make this upcoming year a successful one. We suggest you check our website frequently to stay in touch with meetings and news of interest.

The last two years have been very busy and eventful. You can read about what our league has accomplished in the 2015-2017 Biennium Report, written by our Vice President.

League of Women Voters Lower Cape Fear 43rd Annual Meeting

League members listen as Anne Eitelman reports on activities of our Education Action Team.

Carol Roberts greets Sandra Sink.

Meredith Glicksman and Nancy McCoy-Fennell.

Sheila Fellerath and Gail Bromley share a laugh.

2017-2018 Board of Directors: Pat Lerch, Meredith Glicksman, Barbara Burrell, Carol Roberts, Linda Kurta, Bonnie Bechard, Clarice Reber, Georgia Morgan. Not present: Mary Ellen Cole, Rebecca Philpott.

League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear Honored at LWV North Carolina State Convention

The great work of the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear was recognized by the statewide organization at the biennial convention in Greensboro May 5-7, 2017. Lower Cape Fear received the Outstanding Local League Award (over 40 members) and Voter Services chair Gail Bromley received the Gertrude Weil Award. You can read the award descriptions by clicking here.

Sheila Fellerath, LWVLCF President and Margaret Salinger, LWVNC Director

Gail Bromley Accepts Gertrude Weil Award