2018 Council News

July 9, 2018

The 2018 Kentucky League of Women Voters Council was held April 13-14 in Lexington, Kentucky. Our 2018 Council Agenda included usual annual business items and two speakers, Fayette County Clerk, Don Blevins, Jr. on “Does my vote still count or is the whole system compromised” and Allyson Cox Taylor, Executive Director, Office of Child Abuse and Exploitation Prevention, Kentucky Attorney General on “The State of Child Trafficking in Kentucky.”

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Spring 2018 KY Voter and Call to Council

March 2, 2018

The SPRING 2018 Kentucky Voter and call to Council can be found here. You’ll want to read about the release of our Redistricting Report and February 14 press conference, Lobby Day, reports on state board activities, council details and more.

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2017 LWV KY Convention, Mar 31-April 1, Louisville

April 2, 2017

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League of Women Voter’s 2017 Convention to be Held in Louisville, March 31-April 1

March 24, 2017

Media Advisory

Contact: Terry Naydan or Nita Smith, co-presidents


March 21, 2017

League of Women Voters’ 2017 Convention to be held in Louisville, March 31-April 1

LOUISVILLE, KY-The League of Women Voters of Louisville will host the 2017 state League of Women Voters’ Biennial Convention on March 31-April 1.

Members from across the state will meet Friday evening at Romano’s Macaroni Grill, 401 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy, for dinner with speaker Deborah Yetter, Courier-Journal Investigative Reporter, talking about “Fake News.”  Dinner is at 7:00 p.m.and the program at 7:45 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »

2016 KY Council-April 8-9, Hopkinsville

April 12, 2016

Register for 2016 State Council

March 21, 2016

Register for our Kentucky LWV Council, April 8-9 in Hopkinsville using this form and check out our agenda here. Don’t miss this opportunity to set the agenda for the coming year and network with League friends from across the state.

From our 2015 Convention:





KY League Convention at Shaker Village

April 13, 2015

IMG_3688League members enjoyed a beautiful week end at Shaker Village, (see photos at State Convention 2015) sharing ideas and learning from one another. Melissa Currence, LWVUS Young People Task Force co-chair, shared insightful information about the younger generations with ideas for engaging them in League work. A panel of experts including Gretchen Hunt, Ky. Association Sexual Assault Programs, Neil Ward, Attorney and Bell County Prosecutor and Senator Whitney Westerfield (R) Christian County; Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee provided very helpful information about House BIll 8, the new expanded protective orders for victims of dating violence. Retha Wilcoxson, Hardin County League member shared their experience with Kids Vote. Nita Smith provided updates on issues around voter registration and voting in Kentucky and around the country. Carolyn Self worked with members on creating and maintaining local leagues and attracting members. Members elected new co-chairs, Terry Naydan and Nita Smith, first vice-president, Bonnie Lynch, second vice-president, Steve Senft and secretary, Fran Wagner.