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2020 Centennial Events

2020 Centennial Events?

We still hope to hold a finale Centennial Event this year, depending on COVID. In the meantime, check out some interesting and entertaining links about the Raticifcation of the 19th amendment.

Centennial Events

Sound Bank

Thank you, Sound Bank for sponsoring the 2020 TRY Brochure!

Download the 2020 TRY Brochure

Clallam County


Renew My Membership

Register to Vote

7 Reasons to Join Clallam LWV

  1. What we accomplish comes directly from the involvement of our members. In other words: YOU!
  2. We provide and work from facts. We educate. We advocate for change.
  3. We are a grassroots organization. We provide every member with opportunities to learn and educate others about government, and take action on public policy.
  4. We walk our talk: we need everyone to participate in order for our community to be strong, safe and vibrant.
  5. When you contribute your time, your money, or both your investment in democracy goes further in the League.
  6. Your participation will expose you to a breadth of experiences and issues that will inform you and create opportunities for greater civic engagement. 
  7. Whether you aspire to leadership or are keen to follow the lead of experienced members, the League will excite, use, and nurture your civic curiosity, ideals, or desire for action.
Clallam courthouse
Event Date: 
Oct 13 2020 - 7:00pm
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Candidates forum
Event Date: 
Oct 4 2020 - 2:00pm
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Candidate Forum

View the PUD District 2 Candidate Forum Video:

Deb Turner

Meet Dr. Deborah Ann Turner, 20th board president of the League of Women Voters of the United States. Deborah has an impressive resume, as a doctor, an attorney, and a long-time League member.

We need your input

Dear Clallam County LWV Member,


Check out the Summer Celebration UnLadyLike2020!

LWVCLA Statement on Racism June 2020

The LWV of Clallam and Jefferson County fully support the LWVUS position on racism and acknowledge that racism and disenfranchisement includes indigenous people as well as immigrants who are working and living in our local communities.

Census 2020

The Census is here!  Although it can be intimidating to fill out personal questions about yourself and your household, there are few things that you can do that are as important for our democracy. Having an accurate count of people in Clallam Coun

Story of Water Lecture Six
Event Date: 
Mar 18 2020 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Event location: 

Sequim City Council chambers

Clallam County League of Women Voters presents the sixth lecture in the series 

“Story of Water: Dungeness Watershed”

Research & Studies

We Support the Healing Campus in Sequim, WA

LWV logo with Voter

The Voter is the League of Women Voters of Clallam County newsletter. All members of the Clallam County League receive The Voter. It includes:


TRY 2020 CoverThey Represent You (TRY) is a Free Directory of Elected Officials.