Being a voter is just one way to be civically engaged. Democracy needs defenders like you every day. We can help you get involved in issues that matter in our San Francisco community.
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October 14 – Learn about how the Public Defender's Office uses public records and how access could be improved during this interview with Zac Dillion of the Public Defender’s Office conducted by Lydia Chavez of Mission Local.
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Attending public government meetings doesn't have to be confusing. Twice a month, we hold trainings so you can get the most out of observing a government meeting on your own or with LWVSF.
Be a voter so your voice can be heard. Remember to re-register if you changed your address, name, signature, or party preference.
Make sure you're registered to vote in the next election. It's also a good idea to make sure all your voter information is up to date.
Find out which elected officials represent you, and contact them to express your views on issues that matter in our community.
Become a member of the League of Women Voters of San Francisco, and you'll join a movement that defends democracy in San Francisco and beyond.
We're a volunteer-led, member-driven, grassroots organization. There are many ways to get involved. Take the first step, and attend an event.