Making Democracy Work

Making 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.
April 25, 10-2 Senior Expo at the Midland Mall. Come to our booth at the Midland Mall for information about the Promote the Vote! initiative, election information and more. Ask questions about the upcoming Meridian bond issue and the MCESA millage renewal.

Meet Your New Voting Machines - video with John Keefer and Katherine Redwine demonstrating new voting equipment.

Meridian Schools Bond Proposal - go to polls May 8. Vote "Yes!" The Midland LWV supports the proposal.

Promote the Vote!
To participate in Promote the Vote signature gathering or to look for events where we are gathering signatures, go to Promote the Vote!, scroll down, and click on Join the Movement.

The Michigan League of Women Voters supports and is circulating petitions for a constitutional amendment, Promote the Vote to provide election reform. The LWVMI web page also has information pertinent to the League's role in this effort.

Ballot Proposals

The Bridge has information on most ballot issues in process.

Are you Registered to Vote?

It's not hard. Go to and click on "Register to Vote" to see steps in registering to vote and for registration applications.

You can also register to vote at any Secretary of State office, your county clerk's office, city or township clerk's office. Full information for Midland County voters may be found at: the Midland County website. Click on "Residents". Then click on "Voter Registration".


Our original website was created in 1998 with gifts made in memory of Mary Dee Rieke, a founding member of the LWV of the Midland Area, our second president, and an active participant in League throughout her life. We remember her with gratitude.