Making Democracy Work

A Voice For Citizens, A Force For Change; Because democracy is not a spectator sport

The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose candidates or political parties. The League encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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Vote with the League of Women Voters!

See the League of Women Voters of California's recommendations on propositions for the November election, on LWVC's home page. For each proposition, "read more" will give you an in-depth explanation of why the League supports or opposes it. You can also print and share LWVC's The League Recommends flyer.

LWVSB supports four local measures (more details here):

YES-Measures E and F, Isla Vista Community Services District.

YES-Measures I and J, SB Unified School District bond measures.

See a brief summary of the League's recommendations in English and Spanish, including both state propositions and local ballot measures.

Electing the President

Now available: the newly updated edition of Electing our President 2016

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View our Forum Program Videos: clean energy, immigration, violence against women and more on LWV Santa Barbara Youtube Channel