Voter drives and "touchless voter registration" events in 2020:

• LWV 100th Anniversary event, Trenton Free Public Library, February 14, 2020.

• Black Lives Matter Solidarity Rally, LHS, June 7.

• Generations for Change Rally, Gilpin Park, Eggerts Crossing Village, June 20.

• Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Panel Discussion on Vote by Mail (Nicole), June 29.

• Trenton Central H.S. Graduation, July 3.

• Lawrence High School in-person Graduation Day, July 7.

• Black Lives Matter, delivered 10 packets to organizer Kyla Allen.

• Amani House (VoA, Delaware Valley), Trenton. Delivered 26 information packets with voter registration forms in English & Spanish and free Citizen's Guides, August 11.

• Generations for Change Rally, Gilpin Park, Eggerts Crossing Village, August 30.

In addition to voter rally at Eggerts Crossing Village, we have been active in distributing materials and planning collaborative activities with NAACP Trenton and the LWV of East Windsor/Hightstown. Ellen is coordinating requests for assistance from TASK and other organizations. New member Delia Downes is doing voter registration outreach to marginalized populations in Trenton with significant success.

The Governor has issued guidelines for the November 3, 2020, General Election. All registered voters will receive Mail-In ballots, beginning in early October. We anticipate a secure ballot dropbox will be installed in Lawrence Twp
Members of Black Solidarity at the Community Candlelight Vigil
to Honor the Many Lives Lost

October 18, 2020
at Lawrence Township Village Park
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Lawrence Township Board of Education Candidates' Forum

September 30, 2020-Click on photo to view video.

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Passing the Suffrage Torch at the bridge in Lumberville



The Symbolic Re-enactment of the Passing the Torch Ceremony on Sunday, August 23, 2020 at the Lumberville/Raven Rock Pedestrian Bridge on the NJ/PA state line was a great success. The centennial observance of winning the long fight for women's suffrage was the brainchild of Ellen Maak.
The Bucks County LWV was a great partner for this celebration and provided a great local turnout. The event was featured, in color, on the front pages of the Bucks Courier Times and the Bucks County Herald. Ellen, Nicole, Elaine, Sharon, Kyla, Pat Thompson, and Earlene Cancilla all were there for the Lawrence League.
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LWV 100th Birthday

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Lucy Branham addresses a crowd in 1919 during the campaign to win the vote for women


Celebrating the  100th Birthday

of The League of Women Voters!

February 14, 1920

Members of the LWV of Lawrence Township & Friends met on the steps of the Trenton Free Public Library at 120 Academy Street in Trenton to celebrate the centennial of the founding of the LWV.
The women's suffrage colors are Gold, White and Violet, and we wore our 'Votes for Women' sashes.
We honored the 150-year struggle endured by so many determined women who came before us to win the right to vote!
Inside the library you can visit our "Women Power the Vote" historical displays that tell the story of our struggle!
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NJ Senate honors

LWV 100th Birthday


Monday, February 10, 2020


A gathering was held on the floor of the New Jersey Senate where a proclamation in honor of the LWV 100th Birthday was read and presented by

Senator Loretta Weinberg.

A reception followed at the LWVNJ offices,

204 West State St., Trenton

1 PM the Senate Chamber of the New Jersey State House.

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Reclaiming Our Voice: New Jersey’s Central Role in the Fight for Women’s Suffrage

Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 2 PM

Written and presented by Carol Simon Levin, co-sponsored with the Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society and the League of Women Voters of Lawrence Township.  Through the persona of Ms. Feickert, Levin told the stories of many women activists with New Jersey ties.