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Everyone is Welcome!

This page is a work in progress. Information on here will be regularly updated as the details are worked out. Until then, many links will not be active yet.

The convention is a great opportunity for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired for our next 100 years.

You do not need to be an official delegate of your local League to attend the convention! You may attend all of the programming and caucuses as an interested League member, and if you have a great League prospect who is not yet a member, you can encourage them to attend, too. For voting purposes, only delegates will be able to attend the plenary sessions via Zoom; nondelegates will be able to watch those proceedings livestreamed on YouTube. All sessions will be recorded and available for viewing as soon as we post the videos.

Registration Info

Full registration costs $20.21. Starting on June 17, the price for late registration increases to $50. Registration will open soon!

Delegate Information

The convention delegates shall consist of delegates chosen by the members of local Leagues and units-at-large (UALs). Each local League and UAL shall be entitled to voting representation in the convention as follows: one delegate for its first through 15th voting members and one delegate for every 25 additional voting members or major fraction thereof. (The official membership is determined by the LWVUS records of voting members as of February 1, 2021.) The president of each local League (or an alternate) and the members of the state board shall also attend as convention delegates.

If your League has more members planning to attend than delegate slots, contact Delores Irwin. She may be able to find unused delegate allocations that your members can use.


Official Convention Business

Linked below are documents with the official business of the 2021 LWVWA Convention, posted on Friday, May 14, 2021, to comply with the bylaw requirement of 40-day notification to all Leagues prior to the convention. The same postings are also being sent to local League presidents. Any questions, please contact Lunell Haught

  • Report of Nominating Committee
  • Proposed 2021-2023 Budget
  • Proposed Program for 2021-2023
  • Proposed Bylaw Amendments

LWVWA Convention Dates

April 2021

Tuesday, April 20: LWVWA Board approves Recommended Program and Not Recommended Program.

May 2021

Friday, May 14

  • LWVWA Nominating Committee submits report to local Leagues, Inter-League Organizations (ILOs), and member-at-large (MAL) units, and posts on website.
  • Budget Committee submits budget proposal to local Leagues, ILOs, and MAL units, and posts on website.
  • Board submits a recommended program to local Leagues and MAL units, and posts on website.

June 2021

  • Wednesday, June 2: Changes in Recommended Program may be submitted by local Leagues and MAL units to the Board.
  • Tuesday, June 15: Board may vote to change Recommended Program.
  • Thursday, June 24-Monday, June 28: Convention



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