This website provides you with information on voting and candidates in Lehigh County, how to contact elected officials, public forums, hot topics meetings, links to local, state and federal governments.
We are a member of several issue-related coalitions. At present, redistricting reform is our highest priority.
For information on joining: Lehigh County membership.
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Monday, March 12, 11:30 a.m.
Banquet Room, Superior Restaurant, Emmaus
Daniel Klem, Ph.D., the world’s leading expert and researcher on this issue, says “up to a billion birds are killed each year, more than pesticides and oils spills!” The Sarcis Acopian professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology at Muhlenberg College has been researching bird collisions and consulting on the construction of buildings using glass for many years.
Join us as he shares his vast knowledge of birds and the possible solutions to this problem. Professor Klem will also address the buildings that are part of the downtown Allentown development, in relation to the local bird population.
The public is invited! Please tell your family, colleagues and friends.
To make a reservation, contact email@example.com by March 8.
The cost of the buffet luncheon is $11 payable at door, or you may listen to the speaker without eating lunch.
Check out the Fair Districts PA website
* ELECTION 2018 *
New Congressional district map released by Supreme Court of PA
(Morning Call report)
Here's a map that lets you see a lot of detail.
In 2018 we will be electing state and federal officials:
all state representatives (2-year term)
the two state senators serving the Lehigh Valley (4-year term)
all members of Congress (2-year term).
one U.S. Senator for PA (6-year term)
** The League of Woman Voters is a non-partisan organization. **
While individual members often support candidates and are active in their campaigns,
and members run for office themselves, the organization does neither
and our board members do not participate in election campaigns.
* ELECTION 2017 *
WHO WON in Lehigh County races?
Click on the race/s for your home community and school district
to find the number of votes received by each candidate.
Wondering about the responsibilities of your elected officials in Lehigh County?
Here is a brief outline
Find out who is representing you on school boards and county and municipal boards.
Our Government Directory tells you how much elected board members receive as a stipend, the last year of their current term, and identifies their party affiliation based
on their most recent election to office.
We are looking for sponsors to underwrite the cost of printing the 2018 directory.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
To find your local officials:
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.
Information on registering and voting in Pennsylvania is at www.votespa.com
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
VOTER ID in PENNSYLVANIA
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.
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?
Visit the Pennsylvania Sate Assembly:
How did my Senator/Member of Congress vote?
National Conference of State Legislatures
Need to research a bill? Try Thomas
(advocates for Smart Growth and efficient governance in the Lehigh Valley)
2005 State Lend Use and Growth Management Report
(from the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association)
Size of state legislatures
(number of districts; population in each district)
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:
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
226 Forster Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102-3220
LWVPA Hotline 1-800-564-6598 National Office
1730 M Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036-4508
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