Making Democracy Work

Let's Make Democracy Work

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.
Mar. 27 LWV-TX Legislative Newsletter includes calls to action.

Dallas Mayoral Candidates Forum March 31

City of Dallas Mayoral Candidates Forum
co-sponsored by the
Dallas Bar Association &
League of Women Voters of Dallas
Tuesday, March 31, 2015, Noon to 1:00 PM
The Belo Mansion, 2101 Ross Avenue
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Moderated by Keven Ann Willey
VP Editorial page, Dallas Morning News

Bring your questions!
Belo Garage Parking - $4.00
Optional Lunch buffet opens at 11:30 AM - $15.00
Reservations required by March 30

This forum is open to the public.

Meet Your City Council Candidates

Friends of the Dallas Public Library
Invite you to
Meet Your City Council Candidates

Tuesday March 31
District 5

7 to 9 pm
Pleasant Grove Branch Library
7310 Lake June Road

Tuesday April 7
District 6

7 to 9 pm
Bachman Lake Branch Library
9480 Webb Chapel Road

Thursday April 9
Districts 9 and 10

7 to 9 pm
Audelia Road Branch Library

Tuesday April 14
Districts 4 and 8

7 to 9 pm
Paul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Branch Library
2008 East Kiest Road

For more information please visit or call 214 670-1458

84th Texas Legislature

LWV members from the Dallas chapter and other chapters around the state are keeping track of legislation that affects you and testifying to committees about important issues. Read their reports in the Legislative Newsletters. Take a look at what is being considered by legislators and call or email committee members to register your support or opposition.

LWV also has a useful brochure, When You Go to Austin Capitol Guide

Learn More