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Serving the people of Evanston & Skokie, Illinois, since 1922.

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The LWVE is a 501(c)3 organization. Memberships and donations are tax deductible, and support our local activities and programs.
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Candidate Forum featuring the Democratic candidates in the June 28, 2022 Primary election for State Representative for the Illinois 16th State Legislative District.

Candidates: Kevin Olickal and Denyse Wang Stoneback

Held on May 24, 2022 at the Skokie Public Library. Co-Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Evanston and the Skokie Public Library.


The Evanston League is a non-partisan political organization with the rich history of voter and citizen education in the Evanston community.

Our members are women and men of every age, race, background, and political perspective who believe that informed citizens are the key to effective government.

in the June 28th Primary. Check these non-partisan Voter Guides for candidate information:    
produced by The League of Women Voters of Illinois
2-minute videos of candidates, produced with the support of
The League of Women Voters of Cook County
Information on judges from 13 bar associations, local media outlets, and endorsements from local media outlets
If you are using a “Vote-By-Mail” ballot, be sure and read the directions carefully AND to properly sign the FRONT of the return envelope before mailing by USPS or dropping at an early voting site – Evanston Civic Center or Skokie Courthouse - prior to June 28th.


Election Judges Needed!
The Cook County Clerk has told the League that many more election judges are needed for the June 28th Primary. It’s a great way to contribute to our democratic principles as well as make a little extra money. Click here for informationabout opportunities available and ways to apply.

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​​The LWVE Local Program for 2021-2022 included a working group charged with learning more about the nature of health equity, what health equity means in Evanston, and what resources are available to meet any inequities identified. Findings and recommendations are summarized in this report. Click here to read the Health Equity Report.

​​​​LWVE's 100th Annual Membership Meeting
was held in person on Wednesday, May 11 

at the historic Woman’s Club of Evanston.

​​Click here to read or download the

2022 Annual Meeting Packet.​​


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