Making Democracy Work

Because democracy is not a spectator sport

The League of Women Voters of Sudbury is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.

Eleventh Annual LWV Civics Bee is April 7

The Eleventh Annual League of Women Voters Civics Bee takes place Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. (teams arrive at 1 p.m. please)

This year the Bee is in Weston at the Weston High School, 444 Wellesley Street, Weston.

Teams from Weston, Sudbury, Wayland, and Concord will compete for the trophy and bragging rights. This year the special topic is the Bill of Rights. Come and cheer the teams on!

Meet Superintendent Crozier

The LWV forum with Brad Crozier, Superintendent of the Sudbury Public Schools (grades PreK-8) was recorded and will air on Sudbury Cable TV, see for schedule and On Demand options. The slide presentation is available here

Time to Join the League of Women Voters!

Last year the Sudbury League of Women Voters had over 60 members, which allowed the League to have a strong impact on both local and state issues. We invite you to join us to continue our work for the 2018-2019 year. Click here for details on how to join.

You can help in locally in Sudbury at Candidates' Nights, voter registration drives, issues forums, and the civics bee. We plan action as well on domestic violence, gun control, the environments, and other issues.

The Sudbury LWV also contributed to lobbying for legislation at the state level including automatic voter registration, a strong criminal justice reform package, the pregnant workers' fairness act; the ACCESS bill to provide contraceptive coverage without co-pays or deductibles and the repeal of archaic laws targeting abortion and contraception.

Thank you to our supporters