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.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU !
Sending out a big thank you to all who participated and supported the November 2013 Town Hall Meeting! We especially thank the Cape and Jackson Area Chambers of Commerce and of course all who participated including:
Donna Lichtenegger, Missouri State Representative, District 146
Barbara Lohr, Mayor of Jackson
Harry Rediger, Mayor of Cape Girardeau
Kathy Swan, Missouri State Representative, District 147
Clint Tracy, Presiding Commissioner, Cape Girardeau County
Our very own Jan Miller did a wonderful job of coordinating this event and we are much appreciative. Yay Jan!
Next League Events and Programs
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014: Women's History Celebration
Cape River Heritage Museum, 538 Independence, Cape Girardeau, MO
Dr. Bonnie Stepenoff will give a presentation on Sadie Kent for whom the Southeast Missouri State University library was named.
Betty Martin, Director of the Cape Girardeau Public Library, will receive the League of Women Voters Achievement Award.
fashions from 1900 through 1950 will be on display. Refreshments will be
served and everyone is welcome.
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?
When is the next election?
Elections scheduled for 2014
To be announced..
Vote411 Voter Guide. The LWVMO has adopted the vote411.org as our voter guide. Click here to use the voter guide.