Greater Lafayette

Greater Lafayette

Welcome! We are glad you found us online. The League of Women Voters of Greater Lafayette is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. Please explore our page and contact us with your questions!

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Image of a white room, with a white-tablecloth-covered table, with a breakfast laid on white china.  The League's logo and event text are printed over the image.
Event Date: 
Feb 15 2020 - 8:30am
Event location: 

Judi’s Catering &; Banquet Facilities

The Legislative Breakfast provides community groups and constituents with the opportunity to ask questions and outline their collective concerns to a group of lawmakers and legislative leaders.

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The WNDC Educational Foundation has created “Women and the Vote: Centennial Calendar” — a calendar and also a keepsake for the centennial of the 19th Amendment.

P/UVote Campaign information, over the word "Vote" written in chalk on a chalkboard, where the "O" of "Vote" is a heart.

Are you a Purdue student who is eligible to vote in Indiana, and are looking for reimbursement for getting your new voter-ID compliant identification card from Purdue?  You're in the right place!  We have a form to fill out, below, and upload a photo of your receipt.

Start my reimbursement, please!

P/UVote Campaign information, over the word "Vote" written in chalk on a chalkboard, where the "O" of "Vote" is a heart.

In July, the Tippecanoe County Board of Election determined that Purdue student IDs could no longer be used for voting since they did not meet the state’s criteria for voter identification.   In response, Purdue modified student IDs to include a visible expiration date making them voting compliant and to phase them in with each freshman class starting in June.