League of Women Voters of Indiana County Board of Directors

July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022

The Board of Directors of the LWVIC meets the third Monday of the month at 7:00 pm. Please send inquiries to lwvindianacounty@gmail.com

 

Anne Simmons

Cindy Rogers

Ellen Chinn

Sue Welsh

Donna Cashdollar

Lizanne Porter

Kay Smith

Peggy Eyer

Joyce Rizzo

Deanne Snavely

Linda Gwinn

Barbara Hauge

Aida Shotts

Kay Snyder

Sandra Whitson

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Who Can Join The League of Women Voters?

  • Any person age 16 and over, male or female*, may join the League. Associate membership is available for all others, and student memberships are currently free.
  • Joining the League of Women Voters of Indiana County also confers membership in the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania and the League of Women Voters of the United States.
  • If you would like to provide a gift of membership to a friend or family member, please contact Sandy Whitson, LWVIC Membership Chair: swhitson8@comcast.net
  • Dues are $55 a year, payable to LWVIC. Student memberships are free. Checks can be mailed to Ellen Chinn, 156 Wine Avenue, Indiana. Email: lwvindianacounty@gmail.com for more information about joining the League.
  • Click here to join.

* Although membership was opened to men in the 1970’s, we keep our original name to honor those women who struggled for 70 years to bring the vote to women. The League was formed in 1920 to help newly enfranchised women become educated about the political process.

The Board meets monthly. Meetings are open to any member. There are two general membership meetings a year, the Annual Program in January or February and our Annual Dinner in May. We have several active committees who meet regularly and often schedule information meetings for our members.

We hold a Candidates Night prior to Election Day co-sponsored and broadcast by local radio stations.

 

Post-Convention Information Available Here

The League of Women Voters is 100 Years Old!

League of Women Voters at 100

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnBzDl9hArM