The League of Women Voters of Southeast Missouri is a non-partisan political organization dedicated to active citizen participation in democracy.
One of the most trusted and respected organizations in our community, the League is a force for change, shaping the important issues that keep our communities strong.
We are a grassroots organization working to make democracy work. We work to influence policy through education and advocacy.
2015 Great American 4th of July Fireworks in Cape Girardeau at Arena Park.
Our league will host a voter registration table after the naturalization ceremony. We will be there to guide anyone interested in registering to vote!
Recent League Events and Programs
4th Annual Power of Women Luncheon - March 11, 2015
The Expo was great and we got to introduce our group to many beautiful, smart, community oriented ladies.
Town Hall Meeting with Local Officials - 2015 Thank you to the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce and the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce for co-sponsoring the forum.
Also, thank you to our speakers:
Mark Lanzotti, Mayor Pro-Tem of Cape Girardeau
Barbara Lohr, Mayor of Jackson
Clint Tracy, Presiding Commissioner of Cape Girardeau County
Dr. James Welker, Superintendent of Cape Girardeau Public Schools
Watch our web page for announcements of more forums and educational programs presented by LWV SEMO.
Voting Rights presentation at the River Heritage Museum
Dr. Rick Althaus, Professor of Political Science at SEMO, spoke to LWVSEMO members and friends at the River Heritage Museum on Oct. 21. He spoke about voting rights issues nationwide and in Missouri and we had a lively discussion.
See the picture gallery for more photos.
Next League Events and Programs
LWVSEMO has many capable speakers who are available to speak to your group on election issues. Call us at 573-450-2493.
How do I register to vote in Cape Girardeau County?
How do I register to vote in other SEMO counties? Go to the lower right corner to select your county and find the location and phone number of the county registration service.
Where do I vote?
Elections scheduled for 2015
Municipal Elections 2015. Elections for city officials will be held on Tuesday, April 7, 2015. To see a sample ballot, click on the word ballot.
Vote411 Voter Guide. The LWVMO has adopted the vote411.org as our voter guide. Click here to use the voter guide.