About the League of Women Voters Naperville
The League of Women Voters Naperville is proud to be nonpartisan; they don’t support or oppose political candidates or political parties at any level of government. The organization educates and registers voters. They conduct candidate forums and debates, and publish an online voter guide, Vote411.org.
LWV Naperville has youth outreach programs from infant to age 18. In high school, they teach students to canvass precincts, register them to vote and hold mock elections using real voting equipment loaned from DuPage County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek and ballots printed by the McCormick Foundation.
With the Illinois presidential primary coming up, the Naperville League will be working hard to recruit election judges for Will and DuPage County.
Census is another key issue. The next Census is April 1, 2020. Census results determine how many U.S. Congressman can be sent to D.C. and how much money is received from the federal government.
Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.
The league registers voters, holds candidate forums and debates, and publishes on online voter guide Vote411.
During presidential and gubernatorial elections they hold mock elections in the high schools. All high school students get to ‘practice vote’ with real equipment loaned from the DuPage County Clerk and ballots printed by the McCormick Foundation.
2020 will mark League’s first 100 years, and they are just getting started!
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