and Active, Involved Citizens
Through the Decades
Our mission is to foster more active and informed citizens
by providing nonpartisan, reliable resources
and educational opportunities
that advance the understanding of our
representative government, elections, and voting.
The CIVICS IQ RESOURCE LIBRARY includes INFOGRAPHICS and other documents that
will boost your Civics IQ and also are useful Classroom materials for teachers and students.
Our original resources may be copied and distributed, unaltered, with attribution to
the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh.
Need more resources? For Elections, Voting, and Making Government Work for You see the VOTER RESOURCE LIBRARY with additional INFOGRAPHICS and other documents to view, download, and share.
For Spanish speaking citizens, see our EN ESPANOL page.
"Facts for Citizens" is a directory of election information and government officials for residents of Allegheny County.
It contains :
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This STUDENT HANDOUT has all the information a young voter needs for in-person voting and clearly lists acceptable ID requirements. In Pennsylvania, Voter ID is required only for first-time voters and citizens who are voting the first-time in a polling place.
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