Montana League of Women Voters

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Bozeman League at Sweet Pea Parade

Bozeman League at Sweet Pea Parade

Bozeman League Marching in Sweet Pea Parade

2018 State Retreat in Billings

2018 State Board Retreat

2018 Montana State Retreat

Bozeman Annual Meeting 2018

Bozeman League Annual Meeting

League members gather once a year for an annual meeting.

Members of Bozeman League at annual meeting
Photo of statue of Jeannette Rankin, first woman elected to US Congress

Jeannette Rankin, first female Congressman

Jeanette Rankin's statue in Montana state capitol. Rankin was the first woman elected to the US Congress.

image of Montana state capitol building with flower beds in foreground

Montana State Capitol

The League of Women Voters Montana monitors and seeks to influence state legislative actions. 

voter banner with many words encouraging voting

Vote poster

Encourging People to Vote

League of Women Voters Logo

Logo of the League

League of Women Voters Making Democracy Strong

Montana League of Women Voters

Be sure to file your 2020 Census form! 

outline of state of Montana with Census 2020 Make it Count

Making Democracy Work!

The League of Women Voters Montana  is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. The League does not support any political candidates or parties. We influence public policy through research, information, and advocacy.  This is achieved through facilitation of civil discourse.


image of the Statue of liberty in front of flag, with Equal Rights Amendment - It's Time

The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the United States Constitution guaranteeing equal rights regardless of sex has never been ratified - but we are on the brink! With Virginia ratifying the ERA in January, 2020, the required 38 states have ratified. All we need now is for the Senate to pass legislation removing the deadline.

Dr Peter Miller
Event Date: 
Aug 20 2020 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Zoom Webinar

Dr. Peter Miller and members of the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission offer a virtual presentation on "“Could Montana Gain a Second Congressional Seat?: Redistricting After the 2020 Census”