Currently, we have four local Leagues in Nebraska:
Local Leagues provide many programs and activities for members. All local League members are automatically part of the state League. If you do not live near a local League, you can join the state League as a member-at-large.
A member at large is part of the state League instead of one of our four local leagues in Hastings, Lincoln, Omaha or Seward.
Becoming a LWVNE member at large provides you with a community that spans the state and enables you to take action on issues that affect all Nebraskans.
In a rural state like ours, a member at large can spread the mission and vision of the League’s non-partisan commitment to strengthen democracy by empowering and educating voters through grassroots advocacy in their communities with the support of the state League’s resources.
Members at large can attend state board meetings and participate in all programs offered through the state League.
The League of Women Voters of Hastings serves the city of Hastings and surrounding Adams County.
The League of Women Voters of Lincoln-Lancaster serves the city of Lincoln and Lancaster County.
The League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha serves the city of Omaha and its metropolitan area.
The League of Women Voters of Seward County serves the city of Seward and surrounding Seward County.
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