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League of Women Voters - Hill Country Texas
PO Box 290303
Kerrville TX 78029-0303 
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Learn how you can get involved right here in our communities to promote voting and civic participation.

Register voters: become a VDR 

  • To help register voters in Texas, you must be certified as a Volunteer Deputy Registrar in the county where the voters reside.
  • Start by attending training and becoming a VDR in one county. Contact the county Elections Office to schedule a time, or contact our Voter Services coordinator for more information.
  • Once you are a VDR in one county, you can request certification in other counties by showing your VDR certificate at their Elections Office. Always call each Elections Office before visiting, as some require appointments.
  • Please let us know in which counties you are a VDR:

Observe government: join our Observer Corps 

  • The League of Women Voters' Observer Corps are designed to bring "sunshine" -- openness and transparency -- to local government.
  • Observer Corps members attend public meetings of local government bodies, take notes, and report back to LWV and the community.
  • Locally, Observer Corps members follow bodies like County Commissioners' Court, City Council, School Board, or utility district boards.
  • Interested in joining the Observer Corps and observing a government body in your area?

Volunteer with the League of Women Voters 

Take action - Texas


Track state legislation, contact elected officials to advocate

LWV-TX Take Action Toolkit »

Take action -  National

Track federal legislation, speak up for League priorities

LWV-US Take Action Toolkit »

"Standing on the Shoulders"

This song and video from Joyce Johnson Rouse remind us of so many who have come before us and committed themselves to the struggle for equality and human rights.

They, and many others who marched and worked beside them, are our inspiration as we continue their work with our action today.

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