Delta County League of Women Voters of MI


Making Democracy Work

VOTE NOW, November 3rd is Near and Your Voice Matters! Walk In and Hand Your Ballot to the Clerk at Your Polling Location or Drop it in an Official Ballot Box!

WHERE? Click here for Delta County Ballot Box Locations

Track Your Ballot! All voters have the ability to track their absentee ballots through:  Know what is happening in your community by checking your local clerk’s website.

If anyone experiences or learns of voter intimidation, misinformation, or other forms of voter suppression, please report it to the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) right away.

Call the 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) hotline

If you or someone you know has questions, concerns or problems voting, please call the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683). The Election Protection hotline is staffed by individuals trained on Michigan election law. It is staffed from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week. Hotlines that provide assistance in languages other than English can be found on

October 2020 LWV Book Donations to Escanaba and Gladstone Public Libraries! Read the Press Release here!

Behind the masks, Mary Crawford, LWVDC presented to Carolyn Stacy, Library Director, EPL 
Beth Nelson LWVDC presented to Lori Wells, Library Director GPL
Both libraries bought 18 books between them!

Watch the League of Women Voters & AAUW Candidate Forum for Delta County

VIEW the above League of Women Voters & AAUW Candidate Forum for Delta County Commissioner Districts 4 and 5 held on October 5, 2020. (District 4: Rebecca McIntyre, David Moyle. District 5: Bob Barron, Bob Petersen and David Rivard.)

VIEW the above League of Women Voters & AAUW Candidate Forum for 108th State Representative candidates held on October 7, 2020. (Beau LaFave and Renee Richer)

VIEW the above League of Women Voters & AAUW Candidate Forum for Escanaba School Board candidates held on October 7, 2020. (David Deno, Sage Dubord, Jennifer Johnson-Reeves, Todd Milkiewicz and Jamie Segorski)

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.

Follow this link to read the History of the Delta County League of Women Voters.

Link to Information for Students registering to VOTE for the First Time

Escanaba Daily Press article on Wed., Aug. 19, 2020: Delta County League of Women Voters marks 100 years of women’s voting rights

Link to VOTE411 Voter Information for the November 3, 2020 Election

IMPORTANT LINKS below for the 2020 Election Information

Encourage eligible voters to register to vote. Don’t wait. Register to vote ASAP.  Michigan Voter Information Center

·    Not sure if you’re registered? Check at

·    Apply early for an absentee ballot.

·    Promote VOTE411. People are apt to vote if they know what’s on their ballot before they vote


·    Return your ballot – do it early. Drop in person or use a drop box

·    Poll workers are the heart and soul of our elections. They help us vote. They make sure our voices are heard. Our communities need more poll workers for the November 3 election, sign up today.

·    Election Security in Michigan,4670,7-127-1633_100423—,00.html


Find out what you need to know about the census

Click here to JOIN US

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 on the link above.


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. 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.