LWVDC is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your membership and any additional donations are tax deductible.


If you want to join or renew your membership in the League of Women Voters of Dane County online with a credit card, click the Join button. After making your online payment, please return to this page and complete the Member Communication Preferences and Interests survey below, which lets us know your communication preferences, and the types of activities you want to connect with. You can update your preferences with this online form at any time.

Member Communication Preferences and Interests

If you want to join or renew your membership in the League of Women Voters of Dane County by mail with a check, complete and submit the form below. Then mail your check to:

The League of Women Voters of Dane County, Inc.
4513 Vernon Boulevard, Suite 106, Madison, WI 53705-4964

Name *
Address *
Phone *
Membership type *
For the membership year 7/1/19 to 6/30/20.
Payment type *
Our voter guide, printed in the Isthmus.
How would you like to work with the League?
You can change your answers at any time.
I would like to assist with Voter Outreach at:
Learn more about our Voter Service activities (https://www.lwvdanecounty.org/voter-service/)
I would like to help with Voter Education
Discussion unit preference
Units meet in the 3rd week of any month that we have an Issues Forum to discuss issues presented at the forum and information in the study materials. It is not necessary to attend the same unit meeting each time. You could attend, organize, lead a discussion, or report back to the membership.
Ways to help
Policy areas of interest
To be effective, we need members willing to do any of the following: • Serve as a liaison to civic groups in Dane County that study and advocate for public policy issues. Let us know in the comments below what groups you are affiliated with. • Convene meetings of members interested in a policy area. • Meet with others who share your interest to review current League positions (national, state, and local) in this policy area. • Be part of a Google group of League members that shares news, information, and events in your policy area. • Agree to follow a policy area in local government (school board, city or county committee, task force, or board) and report back to others. • Write articles for our website or Bulletin about important issues in your policy area. • Form a committee to present an issues forum (topic, speaker(s), and study materials; arrange for content experts to help lead discussions at unit meetings).
Other interest areas
Interested League members could organize groups such as these.
Please feel free to contact the League office, board members, or other leaders if you have questions or aren't sure about how to become more active in League.