League of Women Voters Grosse Pointe

Empowering voters.  Defending democracy.

Serving the Grosse Pointe and Harper Woods communities since 1950



LWV logo Advocacy Update

LWVMI has been lobbying and monitoring bills about:

  • Firearms Safety
  • Environment
  • Healthcare
  • Freedom to Read

Our Advocacy Blog has details.


The League of Women Voters Grosse Pointe, in partnership with the LWV Detroit and the War Memorial presented:

From Darkness to Light:

How Michigan’s “Sunshine Laws” Impact Your Civil Liberties.

Our thanks to our Panelists:
  • Christine MacDonald, Investigative Editor, Detroit Free Press
  • Ralph C. Simpson, Attorney and Freedom of Information Act expert
  • Gouri Sashital, Attorney with Keller Thoma and OMA expert

Click here for the recorded video.


The League of Women Voters Grosse Pointe, in partnership with the GP Public Library, presented:

The video recording from the Know Your Voting Rights town hall is now posted on our YouTube channel.


Click here for more information about recent legislative changes:

  • Drop Boxes
  • Early Voting
  • Ballot Tracking
  • Permanent Mail Ballot List.


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Watch for information about the Presidential Primary February 27, 2024.









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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Policy

The League of Women Voters, in both its values and practices, affirms its belief and commitment to diversity and inclusion. LWV recognizes that diverse perspectives are important and necessary for responsible and representative decision-making, and subscribes to the belief that diversity and inclusion are fundamental to the values it upholds. Inclusiveness enhances the organization’s ability to respond more effectively to changing conditions and needs, and therefore, LWV will in both principles and practices promote the inclusion in participation in any activity of LWV all persons whatever their gender, race, socio-economic status, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. We call that working from a DEI LensRead the League’s policies that define its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by clicking here