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Find Your Local League!

League of Women Voters around Mississippi

Local Leagues

Our state has two local Leagues. They are:

2011 Sunshine Week Event

  • League of Women Voters of the Gulf Coast : an active and growing Local League including the counties of Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson. The Gulf Coast League meets regularly to listen to speakers from the community, to study local issues, to develop policy positions, to advocate for League positions, and to conduct voter service projects.



2010 Candidate Forum Event
  • League of Women Voters of the Jackson Area, Inc.: a Local League with a long history of engagement including the Jackson metro area and the counties of Hinds, Madison, and Rankin. The Jackson League meets to listen to speakers from the community, to study local issues, to develop policy positions, to advocate for League positions, and to conduct voter service projects.


Members at Large Unit

  • League of Women Voters of the Pine Belt, Inc.: was formed in March 2016 in Hattiesburg to serve and the surrounding area. The active chapter is busy registering voters for this year's election. Their goals are to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives.

Members at Large

Members who do not live near a local league or unit are considered Members-At-Large (MALs) of the state League.