To locate a League in any state, use the Find a Local League page on the LWVUS website.
Delaware members join the League at the local (county) level, which automatically makes them members of our parent organizations as well: League of Women Voters of Delaware (LWVDE), and League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS).
Each local league, and the league at the DE state level, has its own board of directors and its own website. LWVNCC has a private, members-only LWVNCC Members Facebook group and a public LWVNCC Facebook Page, and each of the other entities also has their own Facebook page. LWVDE also has Twitter and Instagram presences (@lwvde), and the VOTE411 Delaware project has its own Facebook page (@vote411de).
More information about LWVNCC can be found on the sub-pages of this website:
- What We Do
- Committees and Leadership
- Local Studies
- Our Newsletter - The VOTER
- History of LWV in Delaware
In September 2018, LWVDE Advocacy Chair Sandy Spence gave a 1/2 hour radio interview to Laura Lewis of WJBR radio talking about the League of Women Voters and elections in Delaware. It is a great overview of all that we do here in Delaware; well worth a listen: Podcast: Sandy Spence explains LWV