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What Is The League?
The League of Women Voters of Harvard (LWVH), established in 1950, is a local branch of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and the League of Women Voters of the United States. It is a non-partisan, multi-issue, grassroots organization whose mission is to encourage informed and active participation in local, state, and federal government and to influence public policy through education.

  Who Are Our Members?
Nationwide, the League has more than one hundred thousand members.....concerned, socially conscious women and men in all fifty states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Harvard’s local league consists of about 60 members. We invite and encourage anyone of voting age to join us!
  What Does the League Do?
Educates citizens about issues, legislation, and candidates.
Encourages informed citizen participation in the politial process.
Monitors government acitivites. At the local level this includes observing town boards and committees.
Registers voters. In Harvard, the League works with the Bromfield School and the Town Clerk to register students when they reach voting age.
Sponsors candidate debates and public issue forums.
Teaches citizens and non-citizens about their rights and responsibilities.

How Can I Join Harvard’s League?
Membership is open to U. S. citizens who are at least 18 years of age. Associate membership is available to all others. Annual dues are $45 per individual, $60 per household, or $20 per student. Contact the LWVH membership chairman at , or write to LWV Harvard, PO Box 405, Harvard, MA 01451.

  From the LWVH Archives — Past Publications
Note - These documents are in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). The latest version of the “reader” software is available free of charge from the Adobe website.
Lexicon of Harvard Politics, 1992
Harvard Counts - Housing Needs, 1990
Harvard Habitat - Controlling Our Own Destiny, 1989
Harvard Habitat - Affordable Housing, 1987
Harvard Habitat - The Common and Its Neighbors, 1985
Know Your Town, 1980
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