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P.O. Box 2506

Toledo, OH 43606-2506

Phone: 419-475-4371


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A nonpartisan political organization, LWV encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

LWVTLC Program for Advocacy 2015-2016.pdf Coalitions About Us

The League of Women Voters

of Toledo-Lucas County

is a member of

Northwest Ohio Community Shares

The Voter

Winter 2015

winter 2015 voter.pdf

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Join your friends, neighbors and colleagues in building your community through knowledge, education and participation.

Membership in the League

is open to women and men

18 years and older.

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LWV-TLC General Meeting

Thursday, February 18, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Will Lake Erie Get Better?

A look at current policies governing the safety of our drinking water, recent environmental legislation. What other areas in the US are doing. What Ohio is not. What we can do as individuals and League Members.

Guest Speaker: Sandy Bihn, Executive Director Lake Erie Waterkeeper Inc.

Sandy will also talk about Flint, MI, and the first Request for Great Lakes Water Diversion under the Great Lakes Compact.

The public is welcome and

encouraged to attend.  

Sanger Branch Library, 3030 W. Central Ave.

League Members

  Save the Date!

    LWV Ohio

Statehouse Day 2016

Tuesday, April 26   

Location: Sheraton Hotel
at Capitol Square

75 East State Street

Columbus, OH 43215

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