The League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson (LWVGT) continues the nearly 100-year tradition of educating voters from a non-partisan perspective about the most important issues of the day. LWVGT sponsors six panel-discussion programs per year to explore these issues in detail. Each event involves a panel discussion involving experts in their respective fields followed by a moderator-led question-and-answer session with the audience.
Attend a Voter Education Program
The Voter Education programs are free, open to the public, and currently presented live, virtually on Zoom and live-streamed on
LWVGT’s Facebook.page. Within a week of the live presentation, a video is available on our YouTube Channel.
Voter Education Programs & Dates for 2020-2021
- September 20, 2020, Suppressed 2020 Movie, Rex Graham – coordinator
- October 4, 2020, Ballot Propositions, Vivian Harte – coordinator
- November 21, 2020 Redistricting in Arizona, Vivian Harte – coordinator
- January 16, 2021 Gentrification: What is it? Who's at the Table?, Judy Wood – coordinator
- March 20, 2021 Water Issues in Arizona, Carol Shearer – coordinator
- April 17, 2021 African-American History in Tucson, Victor Bowleg - coordinator
Voter Education program dates for 2019-2020
- September 21, 2019, Electoral College, Kathy Aros – coordinator
- October 19, 2019, Living in a Low-Tax State, Carol West – coordinator
- November 16, 2019, Development vs. Affordable Housing, April Lewis - coordinator
- January 18, 2020, The Nation’s Income Disparity, Judy Bowser and Mary Elizabeth Pollard - coordinators
- February 15, 2020, Gun Safety, Kathy Dubbs – coordinator
- March 21, 2020, Topic of the LWVGT Environmental Committee, Carol Shearer – coordinator
Voter Education programs in 2018-2019
- What Can Be Done About Climate Change?
- How Does the Arizona Corporation Commission “Rate?”
- The 2020 U.S. Census: Why Should You Care?
- Severed Ties: The Legal and Humanitarian Impact of U.S. Immigration Policy
- Taking a Look at the Arizona Ballot Measures
- How To Be an Informed Voter in the Post-Truth Era
For handouts from previous programs, click here
Chair: Vivian Harte, firstname.lastname@example.org , 520-327-7652