Making Democracy Work

Our Work

The League of Women Voters, at the local, state, and national level, is a non-partisan organization that works on issues that are of concern to members and the public.

LWV-Billings Where We Stand

The Billings League of Women Voters has studied and come to consensus on a number of community issues. The positions focus mostly on governing.

Government:

LWV-MT Study and Recommendations on Election Security

The security of our elections has never been more important. The LWV Montana just finished a report on the security of Montana's election process. The report has been sent to our state senators and representatives as well as all state-elected officials. Read the report here.

You can learn more about the background and process leading up to this report at the LWVMT webpage here.

LWV-Billings Climate Action Committee

In 2017, the LWV-Billings Board approved forming a Climate Action Committee to see how the League could help reduce the effects of climate change. The board then approved forming a coalition with Yellowstone Valley Citizens Council and Eco-Angelas in order to find ways to reduce our city's effect on climate change.

You can read more about the committee's work and how you can become involved here.