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LWV Tulsa Meet Ups

League Meet Ups are small discussion groups that convene monthly and provide a casual atmosphere to discuss current issues and investigate areas of advocacy.

Formally known as “Unit Meetings”, our Meet Ups are considered the “heart of the LWV” – informing voters on important issues.

The 2017-18 topics include Public Trusts and Barriers to Democracy.

Breakfast Meetup: Feb.20.18 12 – 1pm (arrive early with your brown bag lunch to network!)  Barriers to Democracy is the topic with special focus on redistricting and vote-by-mail.
Location: YWCA Community Room 1910 S. Lewis Avenue

Lunch Meetup: Feb.27.18 7 – 8am.  An in-depth discussion on public trusts focusing on the doctrines that hold public assets and public welfare at heart.
Location: Atlas Grill, 415 S. Boston Ave.

The general public is invited to join us and learn more about the League of Women Voters and the issues we explore!


Voter Registration Training Event

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is offering a free Voter Registration Training session this Friday, February 2, 2018. The training session will be located at 1910 S Lewis Ave, inside the YWCA from 12:00-1:00pm. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch!

Voter registration is a cornerstone of the LWVMT’s Voter Services and one of the largest volunteer needs within the organization. Whether you are completely new or would just like a refresh on the process, we look forward to seeing you there!

Please RSVP via the Facebook Event or sending an email to


Low voter turnout on November 14; seven city charter amendments pass


On November 14, 2017, 5.27% of eligible voters in the City of Tulsa went to the polls to approve all seven proposed amendments to the city charter.  Read the ballot language and view a short video explanation of each proposition by Council Chair Anna America and Mayor GT Bynum below. Read more


LWVMT seeks new Administrator

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives. The Administrator of the League of Women Voters Metropolitan Tulsa is pivotal to the success of the mission to engage and educate voters. This part-time position oversees the day-to-day operations of the LWVMT and supports all areas of board and volunteer activity

A complete job description is available here:



Why Join the League of Women Voters

I believe in service to both the small and large community
And so I am a member of the LWV.

I believe in personal responsibility for our environment, our schools, our families, and our cities.
And so I’m a member of the LWV.

I believe in seeking the truth, even when the answer is not popular, or even believed.
And so I am a member of the LWV.

Most of all, I believe in myself.  I value my opinion. I value my vote.
And so, especially for this reason, I am a member of the LWV.

Quote from 1991 LWV of Oklahoma newsletter, in-coming state chair Kathy Hinkle

Call the League office to join today!