Monroe Township

Monroe Township

The League of Women Voters wants you to know about the following:

ACT NOW -- Restore Voting Rights for People in NJ on Parole and Probation

The League of Women Voters of NJ has been fighting to restore voting rights for people on parole and probation in our state for a decade. Over 80,000 New Jersey residents on parole or probation are currently denied the right to vote. We have an opportunity to finally correct this injustice during this "lame duck" session - but we need you with us! Please urge our Legislators to pass A5823/S4260. 

There is no evidence that denying the right to vote serves any legitimate public safety or criminal justice goal. In fact, voting can reduce recidivism and help with re-entry because it helps people feel more connected to their communities and its issues.

New Jersey is falling behind. No other state in the Northeast denies voting rights to as many people living in the community as New Jersey does.

Click here to send a message to your NJ Legislators


Press Mention

On November 12, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a trio of cases suing the presidential administration over its decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).   

Ingrid Reed

Ingrid Reed, noted Princeton educator, policy analyst and community service leader, was the speaker at LWVMT’s General Meeting on Monday, November 18. 


Did you miss the meeting on October 2, where the 2020 Census was discussed? Here's what we learned from our two guest speakers:


The League sent a letter to the U.S. Senate outlining the policies needed to curb gun violence.

The League Joins Partners in Solidarity and Action Statement Against White Supremacy
single-use plastic bags

The Natural Resources Committee submitted a resolution to the Monroe Township Environmental Commission at their June 5th meeting, recommending an ordinance be put forth to the Township Council that bans single-use plastic bags and promotes the use

Public Statement

WASHINGTON – Today the League of Women Voters of the United States CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement on the situation at the U.S. southern border: