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Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh!

For 100 years, the League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, has encouraged informed and active participation in government, worked to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influenced public policy through education and advocacy.  Our hundreds of volunteers and members serve the voters in the Pittsburgh area with candidate forums, voter registration, civic education, and advocacy!

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  At LWVPGH, we're busy...

                 "Empowering Voters - Defending Democracy"
... planning candidate forums, compiling voter information, registering voters...     

                                  How can you get involved?

                                           Find out on our new  Member Hub  page!

So, Who Won
the Primary?

Find Results for Allegheny County Races Here: Allegheny County Election Returns


Find Results for Statewide Races and Ballot Questions Here: Statewide Election Returns

Harrisburg Watch
Learn about the issues we're following at the state level, and how you can get involved, on our Harrisburg Watch page.  Harrisburg Watch

Happening NOW!  --  Redistricting and Reapportionment in PA

Have you heard about the redistricting or new "voting district maps" that are being drawn in Pennsylvania?  Public testimony is happening right now and a public hearing will be held in Allegheny County on August 25th.  Learn more here:
     Redistricting and Reapportionment in PA

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The weeks between Juneteenth and Independence day are 

"Civic Season"
June 19 - July 4
A group of over 100 museums and community groups have come together to create Civic Season  -- a collection of events, apps, games, training sessions, and exhibits and more to help Americans learn about our history and civic heritage.   Visit Pittsburgh's Heinz Regional History Museum to see the exhibit, "American Democracy:  A Great Leap of Faith,"  or choose one of many other online or in-person events.

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It's ALWAYS Civic Season at LWVPGH!

        ...Raise your Civics IQ with information from our Voter Resource Library.

Nine Ways to be a More Active Citizen

9 Ways

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How is Power Divided Between State and Federal Government? Find out in

Who's Got the Power

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What goes on in Pennsylvania's state government? Find out in

Harrisburg 101

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Misinformation Damages Democracy

How can you sort Fact from Fiction?

Fact or Fiction?

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The 2021 edition of "Facts For Citizens" is available in digital format!

"Facts for Citizens" is a directory of election information and government officials for residents of Allegheny County. It contains :

  • contact information for key officials in National, State, County, and City of Pittsburgh government,
  • election dates and information for 2021, and
  • live links to PA voter registration and voter service forms.
Visit the Facts for Citizens page at  to download or view the directory!  

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