League of Women Voters
Rochester, Minnesota

Upcoming Events

Who is Amelia Witherstine and...
why would we want a statue of her in Rochester?
Saturday, December 9 from 10am - noon
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 1884 22nd St NW
(the parking lot is in the rear off 20th St NW)

Born in 1861, Amelia was the first woman elected (in 1915) to the Rochester School Board, and she was a supporter of the Women’s Suffrage Amendment. The 19th Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified in Minnesota in June of 1919.

Voting Information

vote411.org - League of Women Voters. Since 2006 this site is has been a "one-stop-shop" for election related-information, providing nonpartisan information on general and state-specific elections, including:

City of Rochester voting information

Olmsted County Elections Office link 

Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State 

A User’s Guide to Democracy, developed by LWV and ProPublica  link

map to the location for in-person early voting

Contact the Rochester LWV


P.O. Box 6691
Rochester, Minnesota 55903

Click this link to for a printable member brochure to join or renew your League membership (local, state, & national) or to make a donation.