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Local Leagues in Vermont

The League of Women Voters is organized on three levels, national, state and local. The LWV of Vermont has two local Leagues, the LWV of the Champlain Valley and LWV of Central Vermont. There are also Vermont members in the LWV of the Upper Valley, a bi-state local centered in Hanover, NH.

LWV Champlain Valley

The Champlain Valley chapter (LWVCV) has been active since 2008, and includes the greater Burlington area.

Chapter events are included on the calendar

LWV Central Vermont

About Us

The original LWV of Central Vermont was organized in 1948 as the LWV of Montpelier. It was dissolved shortly after its 50th anniversary, but came back and was recognized by the LWVUS in 2004.

In 2008, in response to proposals to bottle water from a spring in East Montpelier, the LWVCEN conducted a study of the best ways to protect groundwater. Click here to see our study report.

The LWV of Central Vermont Bulletin

The newsletter of the LWVCEN is published quarterly. Click on the dates below to read recent issues.

Spring 2017

Winter 2016

Fall 2016

Summer 2016

Spring 2016

Winter 2015

Fall 2015

Summer 2015

Spring 2015

Winter 2014

Fall 2014

Summer 2014

Spring 2014