Monroe Township

Monroe Township

The League of Women Voters is proud to be a nonpartisan organization, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public. We encourage informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.

The Monroe Township league was begun nearly 30 years ago. Our challenges then and now are to strengthen democracy by making sure every citizen is registered to vote, has access to vote, and is not denied the opportunity to vote.      

LWV Monroe Township Meeting 

Monroe Township LWV General Meetings

WHEN - 4th MONDAY of the MONTH
WHERE - MUNICIPAL BLDG, 1 Municipal Plaza
TIME - 1 P.M. (evening meetings coming soon)



The Monroe League of Women Voters needs your help! 

With your support we will continue to carry out our mission to provide non-partisan voter information to the public.  
We are approaching the busy election season. The Monroe League will be sponsoring several events, including a Forum for local races, a Meet and Greet for County-wide races and an opportunity to meet the Board of Education candidates. Click on "Month at a Glance" for places and times. Thank you!

$60.00 One-Year Individual Membership
$90.00 One-Year Household Membership
Mail your check to League of Women Voters, PO Box 6661, Monroe Township, NJ 08831. Make check payable to "League of Women Voters of Monroe Township".

Event Date: 
Nov 18 2019 - 1:00pm
Event location: 

Municipal Building - Courtroom

Ingrid Reed--noted  Princeton educator and community service leader--will discuss the implications and impact of New Jersey state election results.


Did you miss the meeting on October 2, where the 2020 Census was discussed? Here's what we learned from our two guest speakers:


The League sent a letter to the U.S. Senate outlining the policies needed to curb gun violence.

The League Joins Partners in Solidarity and Action Statement Against White Supremacy
single-use plastic bags

The Natural Resources Committee submitted a resolution to the Monroe Township Environmental Commission at their June 5th meeting, recommending an ordinance be put forth to the Township Council that bans single-use plastic bags and promotes the use

Public Statement

WASHINGTON – Today the League of Women Voters of the United States CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement on the situation at the U.S. southern border: