Making Democracy Work
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.
Annual Meeting ~ Meet & Greet
New Voter Rights
READ ABOUT HOW TO VOTE EARLY
and new voter registration information from the Michigan Secretary of State.
2019 Spring Election Results
A Special Spring Election was held on Tuesday, May 7, 2019
to vote on the following:
In Delta County voters will decide on four millage proposals. The millage proposals are for Delta County Law Enforcement, a Delta County 911 millage renewal, Bark River Township, and Big Bay De Noc School District Operating Millage. See the details on these millage proposals HERE
See Election Results HERE
GWINN AREA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
SINKING FUND MILLAGE PROPOSAL
1.75 MILLS FOR 10 YEARS
See Election Results HERE
Census 101 - What You Need To Know
Find out what you need to know about the census
Marquette Cnty LWV Member At Large State Unit
League membership is open to women and men who are 16 years or older. Joining the League provides opportunities to learn and lead, offer voter services in your local community, work on issues important to you and your family, and become part of a larger network across the country. We plan activities and events that are both fun and personally fulfilling.
To learn more about joining the Delta County LWV Click Here
To learn more about joining the LWVMI Marquette County M-A-L State Unit
The League of Women Voters of Delta County
The Delta County League has always kept its focus on Voter Services. We are respected in our community for non-partisan candidate forums and voter education. Our printed Voter Guides in election years are sought out, and we actively promote the use of Vote411 as an online tool. We present public programs on timely topics. In the near future, we hope to educate our citizens on the importance of participating in the 2020 census. We recently completed our mentorship of the Marquette Unit, who is well on their way to becoming an independent League. Locally, the May election will ask voters to consider four proposals. Two for Delta County, one for Bark River and one for the Big Bay de Noc School District. Our only fund raiser is an Annual Used Book Sale in early August. Membership meetings are normally held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
League of Women Voters of Marquette County!
The League of Women Voters of Delta County, Marquette County Unit reorganized in April of 2017. However, the League has had a rich and long history in Marquette County. In 1968 a provisional Marquette County League formally organized with 46 charter members. For almost 40 years they thrived and grew with a reported high of 120 members. They provided many voter and education services to the community until they saw membership numbers dwindle and the same small group of women found themselves responsible for the leadership roles. In 2006 with great regret the group disbanded.
In 2017 the time felt right for the League to begin its work again in Marquette County. Citizens were craving reliable accurate, fair and impartial information and that is what the League can provide. The League of Women Voters is an historic, respected organization.
The new unit has been operating under the governance of the Delta County League and state League mentors and is in the process of applying for Membership-At-Large status which is the next step towards becoming an independent local League. The Marquette County Unit is approaching its 2 year anniversary in April 2019. There is a strong core group of members who are dedicated to providing voter education and services. Check out the link below to see what the Marquette County Unit has been up to. If any of the projects look interesting to you join the Marquette County Unit soon.