Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.


What do you need to know about the ballot initiatives? Do the changes in voting laws affect you?

Be an informed voter! Learn more about the complicated ballot for the November 4th election, and changes in the voting laws that affect all voters. Attend the following forum presented by the League of Women Voters of Downers Grove/Woodridge/Lisle:

DATE:Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 TIME: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

PLACE: Downers Grove Fire Department Administration Building 5420 Main Street (enter parking off 55th just west of Main)


Robert T. Saar Executive Director of the DuPage County Election Commission

Rey López-Calderón Executive Director of Common Cause Illinois

League of Women Voters Issues Specialist

The League of Women Voters welcomes everyone to this public information meeting. For additional information, see the local League website,, or contact Hilary Denk at 630-724-9528 or

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization, dedicated to making democracy work through voter education, issue advocacy, and citizen participation.

Great Decisions Discussion Group

The Great Decisions Discussion Group is open to all and meets at the Downers Grove Public Library. Please contact Nancy Perino for additional information and reading materials. 630 968 8706

This years program will be held at the Woodridge Library. The 8 topic program runs from January to May for evening groups, morning groups meet only in February and March. Exact dates TBD.

Voter Services--Transportation to the Polls

The League of Women Voters does not provide transportation to the polls. You can call the village clerk at your village's hall or the DuPage County Election Commission to make inquires about arrangements.

Voter Registration Tally

Our local LWV is proud do announce that we have registered 629 voters this year. 43 voter registration events were sponsored by our local LWV and the DG AAUW

NEW--DGWL LWV on Facebook