What is our mission? How are we structured? What is our history? What are our positions?
The League of Women Voters has two separate and distinct roles.
Our Vision, Beliefs, and Intentions guide our activities.
Read this 4 pp pdf for more information about what membership in the League means to you. Read more.
Members and non-members can access our public FB page: https://www.facebook.com/LWVNHCapitolRegion/ (It used to be the Capitol Region's page--now is used for state League postings.)
If you are member, you may join the League of Women Voters NH members forum. Send a request that will take about a week to process to confirm your membership. https://www.facebook.com/groups/392670177610695/
Do you live in Nashua or the nearby towns? Visit their official Facebook page for information about activities. All interested women and men are welcome to join or participate in activities and learn more.
The Seacoast area group is just getting started. Visit and Like their Facebook page for more information.
The PeterboroPlus unit formed Spring 2017. It covers, in addition to Peterborough, the towns of Antrim, Bennington, Dublin, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Sharon, & Temple. They have an email you can use to reach them: LWVpboroplus@gmail.com
In the Southern Rockingham area, including the towns of Atkinson, Plaistow, Hampstead, Salem, and others, a new unit started in early 2019--LWVNH Southern Rockingham. Check out their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/LWVNHSROCK/
We also have members in areas of the state who are not members of a local League or unit but who are valued members of the state League.
Local League members and members-at-large are also members of the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire. Local Leagues, members at large and League of Women Voters of New Hampshire members are automatically members of the League of Women Voters of the United States.
The web pages of Leagues outside of New Hampshire may be reviewed at other state Leagues and local League websites.
A 20 minute video giving some of the background of the League: Eleanor Roosevelt's involvement, promotion of the UN in the '40s, involvement in environmental issues, moderating the Presidential debates, working for voting rights and against bad redistricting. Watch the video