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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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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

March is Women's History Month!

In February 2021, we marked the 100st Anniversary of Women's Suffrage.  The League of Women Voters turned 101 this year, and the Pittsburgh area has had a LWV chapter since the beginning. 

Visit our History page to learn how the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh came to be.  Members, take a walk down memory lane with us, and hear about the LWVPGH in the words of some of our own 50-year members!

 Click here to visit the History page

In 1915 the "Justice Bell" travels to all 67 Pennsylvania counties to ramp up support for women's right to vote

1984 Debate Committee celebrates following a national 

Presidential Debate with

Jesse Jackson, Walter Mondale,

and Gary Hart.

The Elections are over, your new Elected Officials are sworn in, and it's time for your government to get to work for YOU!

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!  

The "Annual Mail-in Request,"
and the "Permanent List."

When you apply for a Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot you can choose to make an "Annual Mail-in Request." If you opt in you will receive:

  • BALLOTS for each election in the coming year, and
  • an APPLICATION in the mail every year in February, so that you can apply for your annual ballots again.
Permanent List?  Annual List? 
Why did you get that application in the mail? 
We try to sort it out in this infographic.

Or, look for more information on our  Mail-in Voting page.


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