Dues & Donations online Learn More
- Pay your annual LWVNH dues or make a donation or both online, using Donorbox, a secure payment method using your bank account or credit card.
Because there is a fee attached to accepting payments this way, we request that your payment include the fee. If this is not acceptable to you, you may opt out when you go through the payment steps.
Voting Information, Elections & Elected Officials Learn More
- How to Register, How to Vote Absentee, Information about Elections, How to Contact Elected Officials. Presidential Primary is Feb. 11, 2020, in NH.
As of October 1, 2019, the number of registered voters in the state are:
Undeclared + 410,314
Republican + 291,991
Democratic + 276,259
If you believe you or someone else was denied the right to vote, do not wait. Call the Attorney General's office (toll-free hotline is 1-866-868-3703).
You may also call the Secretary of State's office if you have questions in advance of the election: 603-271-3242
Candidate Forums/Debates Learn More
- The calendar lists the candidate forums and debates about which we have information. Events listed here are NOT all sponsored or moderated by the League of Women Voters. When we know who is moderating or hosting, we list the organization. (Note that events are deleted after they occur unless they have been recorded for public access after the event. We post the link when we have that information.) --Organizations hosting forums are encouraged to send us details for posting via "president" on our Contacts page.
Upcoming local and state general election dates are also posted here. Special elections are posted on our Calendar page.
Calendar of Events Learn More
- We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members.
This page also posts dates of upcoming elections in NH.
For information about candidate forums and debates, please see our separate Scheduled Candidate Forums page.
Education study Learn More
- The state board proposed at Convention on June 3, 2017, that the League undertake a study of education issues in NH. The membership in attendance approved the concept of the study. Click here for the pdf of the study scope and introduction as determined by the steering committee at their first meeting on July 18, 2017.
Phase One consensus was held at four locations around the state in Dec 2017 and early Jan 2018.
Phase two is underway.
Hot Legislation Learn More
- NH House and Senate bills in which the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire is interested, is taking a position, and/or has determined action is needed.
Occasionally we post action alerts from the national League here as well.
Action & Testimony Learn More
- What is the League working on this year? How has the League testified on specific bills? What has the LWVNH accomplished in the recent past? Tips for effective citizen advocacy.
2019 testimony appear will appear at the top of the list.
Positions Learn More
- The League at each level adopts positions based on members' study of an issue. When consensus has been reached, a position can be developed.
Join the League Learn More
- Why and how can you join our grassroots organization?
In The News Learn More
- Keep up to date with League activities. Read the most recent League press releases and news articles about the League here.
Mt. Washington Valley Learn More
- LWVNH Mt Washington Valley unit: news, publications, observer corps reports
New England League Leadership Conference Learn More
- The Leagues of NH, VT, ME, and RI have worked together for a number of years on regional issues. The Leagues in Massachusetts and Connecticut sometimes join the annual conference.
See the description of this year's conference below.
Publications Learn More
- Online copies of the New Hampshire Voter, the newsletter of the LWVNH, and other LWVNH publications.
Issues from 2011-2017 have been temporarily removed from this website because of a scam attempt.
Sample Town Website (template) Learn More
- This template for town websites was developed by the LWVNH after a thorough study of NH town websites in 2012-13. The League discovered that accurate and complete voter information was missing from or hard to find on many town sites. The League hopes towns will consider using this template to improve their websites and make voting information more accessible to their residents.
Women Incarcerated Study 2009 to present Learn More
- State study of women incarcerated in New Hampshire
About the League Learn More
- What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history? What are our positions?
Getting Involved in the League Learn More
- How to get involved. What to do if you don't have much time.
Women suffrage centennial Learn More
- Women's Suffrage Centennial August 2020
Member News Learn More
- What are our members doing? Milestone birthdays? Civic involvement? Send news for this webpage to the membership email on the contact page.
Contact Us Learn More
- ...for more information. Please don't use the general info/questions link immediately below--too much spam so we can't use it. Instead contact one of the specific units or board members listed below the red line on this page.