The League of Women Voters Education Fund conducts voter service and citizen education activities. It is a non-partisan public policy education organization.

● LWV builds citizen participation in the democratic process.

● LWV studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner.

● LWV enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management.

Find NON-PARTISAN local voter education for upcoming elections throughout this site.


    The Observer Corp had two orientations in August. The following is a list of current observers.

    Rivko Knox - Clean Elections Commission

    Mary Schneider
    - Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAP) “The Commission has had several meetings in July and August because of ongoing disagreements with the Governor’s office. CAP has met with their stakeholders to get input on inclusiveness regarding decision making.

    Joan Power
    - Maricopa County Elections / Citizen Academy

    Bill Poole
    - Arizona Corporation Commission

    Deb Gain-Bradley
    - Tempe City Council “The main issue has been Tempe City Council’s plan to develop their ownership portion of Papago Park. Deb was directed to speak with Judy Levine, who has experience in these development issues and also to Marge Thornton, East Valley Team Leader.”

    Denise Sanderson
    - Phoenix City Council

    Lisa Hamilton
    - Governor’s Judicial Council

    Jane Lynch Granillo
    - Maricopa Integrated Health System

    We are having our next in-person meeting on October 26, 2017. I have an additional seven members possibly interested and are waiting to hear back from them.

LWV Metropolitan Phoenix Contact Information


Mailing Address
LWV Metro Phx
3219 E. Camelback Rd #187
Phoenix, AZ 85018