Making Democracy Work

League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia

LWV of Coastal Georgia

Upcoming Events

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Purpose & History

The purpose of the League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia is to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation of citizens in government and to act on selected governmental issues. We do not support or oppose any political party or candidate. The LWV is a nonpartisan, issue driven organization that supports voters as active participants in the democratic process. We endeavor to encourage informed voting, and in that, to be more knowledgeable and more actively involved in the decisions made by our elected officials locally, at the state of Georgia level, and at the United States federal government level. We promote political responsibility specifically by targeting issues of concern, researching information, examining facts, engaging in civil discourse, and making informed votes. We make democracy work by using democratic processes to address issues. The League is about coming together to find answers to contemporary concerns and striving for greater participation by the American people.

Nationally founded in 1920, the League was built on the historic gains of the suffrage movement by educating, encouraging and uniting disengaged citizens in becoming active and informed participants in democracy. The League has advanced an integrated plan to strengthen democracy at every level.

Come to a Meeting!

Information about meeting dates is coming soon.

Join our Team!

The League is not just for women anymore! We invite ALL persons, male and female, regardless of citizenship status, of at least 16 years of age, to join as voting members of our local League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia. In addition, you will be a voting member of the League of Women Voters of Georgia and of the League of Women Voters of the United States.

As a League member, your voice adds strength to our message.

Annual membership fees are $xx and $xx for each additional member in a household. Student fees are $xx.

You will be welcome as a member whether you are actively involved or join just to support the League. Members are not required to attend the many events scheduled throughout the year.

  • Your membership in the League allows us to publish unbiased, local, state and national information important to you, educate citizens on important issues, and safeguard and strengthen the democratic process through an informed citizenry.

  • Your membership helps all citizens ensure that their voices are heard at the local, state and national levels.

  • Your membership allows you to be part of the conversation to advocate for positive changes in our current system at the level that you are comfortable with.

  • As a member, you also receive other benefits such as:

Weekly legislative monitoring & updates during the Georgia General Assembly on issues affecting you.

The information, skills, support, and opportunities to join with others in a united voice and/or to individualize or personalize your own political action.

A voice and vote in choosing what issues the local, state and national Leagues will actively pursue.

Board Members, 2017

Cuffy Sullivan, president

Stacie Loftin, president elect

Katy Williams, secretary

Beth Orford, treasurer

Susie Myers

Rebecca Rolfes

Kate Greene

Jessica Neeley

Susan Trimble

Celeste Guichard

Kris Parks