The public is invited to our Fall Membership Coffee & Program on "Civil Discourse in the Political Arena" with special guest speaker, Dr. Robert Main. Saturday, September 24 9;30am - Membership Renewals & Brunch 10am - Program begins, followed by "Pros & Cons" of the ballot propositions - Chico First Baptist Church, 850 Palmetto Ave.

CLICK HERE to download the "Pros & Cons" analysis of the 17 state ballot measures, produced by the League of Women Voter of California Education Fund.

Public Invited 2016 General Election Pros & Cons Programs

Please click here for a list of the dates and times of our Pros & Cons programs.

We will kick-off our series of public CANDIDATE FORUMS beginning on Thursday, Sept. 29th in Durham as we host the 5 candidates vying for 3 seats on the Durham Unified School District Board. For our complete list of our forums in Chico, Oroville, Durham, Gridley and Paradise, please CLICK here.



Just back from the convention, please read President Swick's Letter to the Members.

President Swick's Summer 2016 Letter to the Members.

LWV of Butte County President, Margaret Swick, presenting a letter in support of the City codifying civility and civil discourse at the Chico City Council meeting, on October 20, 2015.


LWV Voter BoothButte County is one of six pilot counties participating in the California Civic Learning Partnership. The other counties include Alameda, Fresno, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Diego.


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League Board Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 5:30 pm, League Office, 635 Flume Street in Chico.

The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920, the year women won the right to vote.  The League of Women Voters does not support or endorse political candidates or political parties.  We encourage the informed and active participation of all citizens in government and work to increase understanding of major public policy issues.