League of Women Voters Rochester
P.O. Box 6691
Rochester, Minnesota 55903
President - Anna Froehling
Past President - Jane Callahan
Secretary - Jane Callahan
Treasurer - Ginny Amundson
Mary E. Jones
Founded 100 years ago in support of women suffrage and a larger role in civic affairs, the LWV is a major advocate for democracy and voting rights at the national, state, and local levels. For nearly 50 years the LWV has welcomed men as members. More than 1,000 local leagues exist across the country, along with all states and the national League.
We are a non-partisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy with a goal of open government that is representative, accountable, and responsive.
Joining the Rochester LWV also supports the efforts of state and national Leagues. Annual dues are as little as $30 for a student or those with limited income. Individual membership is $65, or $98 for a 2-member household. All dues and donations to the League of Women Voters Rochester are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
By clicking the the "Join" and "Donate" buttons below, you will have the option to join or renew your League membership (local, state, & national) and submit your payment by PayPal, online account, or by check. To join or renew your membership or make a donation by mail, you can print a paper membership form at this link.
The Rochester chapter has a very rich history of engagement and accomplishment, highlighted in the book Taking the Lead: Rochester Women in Public Policy, 1970 - 1990, published in 2012 by the LWV Rochester Education Fund. This is available through our chapter for $20 plus shipping by sending a request to our email address: email@example.com.
The book highlights the distinguished careers in civic affairs of 25 remarkable women and other elected officials, local government appointees, school district and higher education leaders, and many other state-regional-county-city board and commission members, as well as political party leaders:
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