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Are you ready to empower voters and defend democracy?  We have a place for you:

  • Volunteer at an Event
  • Come to a Voter Service Committee Meeting
  • Learn with the Non-fiction Bookclub
  • Join a Committee or Project Team


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Upcoming Events
March in the Juneteenth Parade!  

Join us on Saturday, June 15th for a Juneteenth Parade and Festival. 
The Pittsburgh parade is a re-enactment of the "Jubilee of Freemen" Parade held in Pittsburgh on April 26th, 1870 celebrating the ratification of the 15th Amendment granting Black men the Right to Vote.

LWVPGH volunteers will  march in the parade  with our partners from B-PEP.  New volunteers are welcome!  Contact Judy Clack at for more information.  

LWVPGH Annual Meeting, June 9

The League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh will hold its Annual Meeting on June 9 at the Koppers Building in downtown Pittsburgh.  All members are encouraged to attend to socialize, celebrate this year's achievements, and to vote on:

  • the election of LWVPGH officers
  • adoption of our annual program
  • adoption of our annual budget

Doors open at 10 am and the business meeting begins at 11 am.  See the calendar for event details and registration:   Annual Meeting 6/9/2024 

The annual meeting workbook contains the proposed program, budget and list of nominations along with annual reports from our committees.  All active members have received an email with a link to the Annual Meeting Workbook.  Members can view a copy here:   2024 Annual Meeting Workbook (please log in to access link)

LWVUS 2024 Biennial National Convention - June 27-June 30

The LWVUS 2024 Biennial National Convention will be held in Washington, DC and online in a fully hybrid format for both attendees and delegates.  All members are invited to attend.  Register and find details on the event page:  LWVUS 2024 National Convention

  • At the Convention, the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh will propose the adoption of our local Gun Safety Policy by LWVUS.  This policy was adopted by LWVPGH in February of 2024.  If you are registered for the conference, please attend the caucus session explaining the policy on Friday, June 28, at 10:45.

    See the calendar event for details:
     Caucus on LWVPGH's Gun Safety Position 

    Read the position here:  LWVPGH Gun Safety Position, or find more information on our  Positions page. 

Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh!

"Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy."

The LWV, a nonpartisan grassroots political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.  The LWV is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

New to the League? 
View some of our Introductory Documents...
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              ...or learn more about us on these webpages:

Join Us! 

Anyone aged 16 and older may become a voting member of the League.  Join Us!

LWVPGH yearly dues, which include membership at the local, state , and national levels, are:

  • $60.00 for a primary member
  • $30.00 for a second household member
  • Student membership is free, with approval. Student membership is open to anyone aged 16-26, enrolled full-time or part-time in a secondary or post-secondary educational institution.

Membership also includes an electronic subscription to LWVPGH weekly email blasts and the monthly VOTER newsletter, as well as newsletters and information from LWVPA and LWVUS. Please follow LWVPGH on Facebook,  Twitter, and Instagram for timely updates.

LWVPGH is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, so fees and donations are tax deductible and eligible for employer matching funds. Most of the membership fees we collect must be paid to LWVUS and LWVPA to support their important activities, and we retain only about $8.00 per member locally. We appreciate any additional donations from members to help us finance our local activities and expenses. Donate  


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Voter Registration and Outreach- Help Wanted!

LWVPGH is preparing for the fall election season.  Keep an eye on the member calendar and the weekly e-Blast for opportunities to volunteer.

o get involved, please contact Judy Clack at or drop in at the next Voter Service committee meeting.  Zoom links are available on the member calendar.   
New and prospective members are always welcome and will be teamed with experienced volunteers.  

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer from Home -- Flexible and Remote Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer task
To get involved, contact:

New Member Welcome
Contact new LWVPGH members and help introduce them to the League.
Judy Diorio,
Digital Facts for Citizens revision
Help update our Directory of Elected Officials.  We'll need help with data collection, layout, proofreading....
Ruth Quint

2. Join a Committee 
Voter Service Committee meetings are held online on the first Tuesday of each month, and all members are welcome to attend!  It's a great way to meet fellow members and find a way to get involved.    Log in to the website to access meeting Zoom links on the web calendar, or contact Judy Clack at to be added to the email list.    There are several subcommittees that meet on their own schedules.  For details, see the list below.
Voter Service Subcommittees -- Members, log into the website for details and contact information.  Member Login Help
Candidate Forums - Help Wanted!
 plans, produces and promotes candidate forums prior to all elections.  All forums are now held on Zoom. 
-finds candidate contact information, updates invitation letter and ground rules agreement, communicates with candidate or campaign manager.
-assigns moderator, timer, and two Zoom hosts, and hold rehearsals for LWVPGH volunteers and candidates.

Civic Education in Schools and Community (see webpage)--3 Volunteer Teams; 

High School Outreach-creates and delivers classroom presentations about youth civic engagement and voter registration for high school and college-university classrooms. 

-creates educational resources such as graphics, slide decks, and videos to support civic education for schools and community groups.
College-University Outreach-develops contacts with Student Services at local universities to provide tailored voter education and registration information to students.

Video Team-produces slide decks and videos for use in classrooms and on social media. See Video web page

Vote411 Committee -Help Wanted!
- compiles contact info for candidates countywide, drafts questions, and follows up to collect and post responses on

Naturalization Commitee - Help Wanted!
-provides a voter registration team at area Naturalization ceremonies, and 
presents a speech welcoming new citizens, giving a brief outline of the right to vote in the US, and explaining the registration and voting process.  
-distributes voter registration materials, and helps the new citizens to complete their applications.  

Food Pantry Committee - Help Wanted!
designs and prints voter registration and education information prior to each election; prepares packets of documents for delivery to food pantries for public distribution.

Religious & Community Outreach - Help Wanted!

develops contacts with faith-based communities; distributes a series of election and voter education information prior to all elections.

Senior Outreach - Help Wanted!
provides voting information in a way that meets the needs of seniors. Emails, large font printed materials, videos, and in person presentations are some of the ways the committee reaches out to seniors.  The committee is also building connections with local non-partisan groups to spread the information further and to advise seniors of local voting events.

Public Access TV Outreach

- Compiles information in link form to send to public access station managers--these can be recordings of candidate forums, or other non-partisan video content.  (We will try to make some videos along with the Civic Education committee.)

More Committees -- Members, log into the website for details and contact information.

 Advocacy -Help Wanted! 

 -identifies advocacy goals at the state and local level, determines priorities and actions, designs calls to action for LWVPGH members

 Membership Commitee - Help wanted! 

-We reach out to all new members and help orient them to the League. We encourage membership renewals, help with the membership directory, and develop correspondence and information to be shared with our new and renewing members. We recruit new members, with emphasis on our DEI efforts, and we seek to personally contact all new members.

 Education - Help Wanted! 

-studies and advocates on issues relating to public education policy, such as school funding, discipline policies, charter and cyber schools.  New members are needed.

 Social Media 

-plans and develops posts for the LWVPGH Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram accounts; promotes LWVPGH events and educational materials; reposts election and advocacy information from LWVPA and partnering organizations.

Website Support 

-plans and develops new web content, and maintains the calendars, blogs, election information, and member services on the website.

3. Join the Book Club

The LWVPGH Non-Fiction Book Club meets on the third Friday of each month and welcomes new members.   Each month the group discusses a single, group-selected book. Occasionally it settles on a topic with members selecting their own reading.

Subscribe to the "Book Report" blog to keep up with this group, or contact Joan Cucinotta for more information.
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Annual Meeting Workbook June 2020

Annual Meeting Workbook June 2021

Annual Meeting Workbook June 2022

Annual Meeting Workbook June 2023

Annual Meeting Workbook June 2024