This website provides
links to local, state and federal governments; a Voter's Guide; and a Government Directory of locally elected officials.

We are a member of several issue-related coalitions. At present, redistricting reform is our highest priority.

Please feel free to contact us at lwvlehigh@yahoo.com for additional information, to join the League, or to receive a copy of the current newsletter, the Lehigh County Voter.

Members of a local League are also members of the League of Women Voters of the United States (www.lwv.org) and the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania (www.PALWV.org)

For information on joining: Lehigh County membership.

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Lehigh County Executive, Commissioners, District Judges

Allentown including Mayor, Council, School Board, and District Judges

Boroughs and Townships in Lehigh County

Bethlehem City and Bethlehem Area School District

School Directors in Lehigh County School Districts




Panel Discussion

Gerrymandering: How to Recognize and Resist It

Thursday, May 4, 7 – 8:30 p.m.

Colton Chapel, Lafayette College, S. College Drive and Pardee Drive, Easton

The program is one in a series of presentations being held across the state to educate the public about the need to reform the way legislative districts are drawn.

Dr John Kincaid, moderator
Carol Kuniholm, Fair Districts PA

Lisa Boscola, PA State Senator
Steve Samuelson, PA State Representative

Sponsors: LWV Northampton County | Easton NAACP

Co-sponsors: Lafayette College Center for Community Engagement, Government and Law Department,
and Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government


* ELECTION 2017 *

This year is a Municipal Election year.


We have three copies remaining of our updated workbook for candidates
running in local elections. These are prepared specifically for local candidates who do not hire consultants for their election campaigns.
They are $25 a copy (below our cost) and shipping is $5.
If  you want one, please send a check for $30 made out to LWVLC.
The address is PO Box 3275, Allentown, PA 18106.

You may also download the workbook and
print out the pages most useful to you.

Candidates on the ballot in the 2017 Primary Election in Lehigh County

Go to our Government Directory pages to find out whose term ends this year in Lehigh County, your municipality, and your school district.

Wondering about the responsibilities of your elected officials in Lehigh County?
Here is a brief outline.

For dates and deadlines affecting the 2017 elections,

check our election calendar.



Government Directory of Federal and State Officials serving Lehigh County

(2017 edition)

This has been printed and will soon be available as a free brochure in
libraries and community centers.

To find your local officials:

Lehigh County

School Districts

Our Election Policy

Thank you to The Morning Call for continuing support
of our non-partisan, twice-yearly Voters' Guide.

Reminder: The League of Women Voters helps people register to vote, but we DO NOT maintain the lists of registered voters.
If you have a problem with your registration, contact the Lehigh County Voter Registration Office at 610-782-3194.

NEW! For eighteen-year-olds and new citizens: How to register and vote. English (pdf)  Spanish (pdf)

Information on registering and voting in Pennsylvania is at www.votespa.com

Lehigh County Democratic Committee

Lehigh County Republican Committee

How to register to vote

Absentee Ballots

Election FAQs

Lehigh County Polling Places

Lehigh County website

Northampton County website



Every ten years, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania redraws electoral boundaries after results of the decennial census are tabulated.

Will this be done in a way that is transparent, impartial, and fair to the voters? Or will we continue to see gerrymandered districts that preserve safe seats for legislators?

Learn more at www.fairdistrictspa.com


Identification must be provided by those voting for the first time in a polling place. if you are voting for the first time, or if you have moved and are voting for the first time in a different polling place, you must have some form of identification.

It does not have to be a photo ID, but it must include your current name and address.

See www.votespa.com for more information for first-time voters. The Lehigh County Voter Registration Office has very useful information for all voters.

Session dates for the Pennsylvania State Assembly

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How much do they earn?

For information on how much Pennsylvania state employees earn, use this database.


What's happening in Harrisburg?

Session dates for the Pennsylvania State Assembly,

Visit the Pennsylvania Sate Assembly:

Pennsylvania State House of Representatives

Pennsylvania State Senate

What's happening in Washington?

How did my Senator/Member of Congress vote?

Visit the U.S. Congress:

House of Representatives


Who is giving to whom?

Pennsylvania Democratic Senators' website
Pennsylvania Republican Senators' website

National Conference of State Legislatures

Need to research a bill? Try Thomas



Alliance for Sustainable Communities, Lehigh Valley

(advocates for Smart Growth and efficient governance in the Lehigh Valley)

Lehigh Valley Return on Environment report (2014)

2005 State Lend Use and Growth Management Report
(from the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association)

Natural Lands Trust

Verified Voting main page

Voting Rights

Early Voting in Pennsylvania

"Fair Vote"

Campaign Finance Reform

Size of state legislatures
(number of districts; population in each district)

Campaign Legal Center

Crude Oil Transport

                   WATER ISSUES

A good place to start learning about water
issues is the
Water Resources Education Network of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania.

Also try these sites:

Environmental Protection Agency
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Delaware River Basin Commission
Wildlands Conservancy

Sierra Club


How to contact us

League of Women Voters, Lehigh County
P.O. Box 3275, Allentown, PA 18106

League of Women Voters, Northampton County
P.O. Box 523, Bethlehem, PA  18016


State Office
226 Forster Street,
Harrisburg, PA 17102-3220
(717) 234-1576
www.palwv.org; info@palwv.org
LWVPA Hotline 1-800-564-6598
National Office
1730 M Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036-4508


(202) 429-1965



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