Voter Information - Humboldt
Nonpartisan info about ALL of the contests and issues on your ballot, from national offices to the most local measures. is one-stop shopping
for California voters. logo
Nonpartisan information on candidates, political parties and propositions for state and national level contests.
FastFacts logo
Get informed fast. Available topics include: 'The State Budget' 'Ballot Measures' and 'How to Choose a Political Party'. logo has everything you need to know to vote in California. logo
Find out about voting rules and processes, and get resources and links.

LWVHC Calendar


Fall Kick-Off Brunch
September 13, 10 A.M.
Stay for the concise Voter Service Orientation at 12!
National Voter Registration Day
September 23


Board Meeting
October 7, 5:30 P.M.
League Office
434 7th St. Eureka
Last Day to Register for the Nov. 4 Election
October 20


Election - VOTE!
November 4
Board Meeting
November 11, 5:30 P.M.
League Office
434 7th St. Eureka

The League of Women Voters
of Humboldt County

Our Mission: The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.


FREE Fall Kick-Off Brunch

Plus Brief Voter Orientation Bonus!

It's time to dive into the coming election season with a FREE FALL KICK-OFF BRUNCH -- FREE if you RSVP to Becky Simpson at (707) 839-3867 by September 10. Please leave your name and the name of an optional guest on the voicemail, and both of you dine free! Join us at the Wharfinger Bay Room on Saturday, September 13 at 10 A.M. for delicious brunch by Ramones.

IMPORTANT NOTE: A portion our program this year will focus on civic participation for all members of our community. For that reason, we would especially LOVE IT if you brought a guest who is between the ages of 18 and 40!

Carolyn Crnich, Clerk/Recorder and Registrar of Voters is providing the keynote address on our theme: Trends in Voting - the Ups and Downs of Civic Engagement.

Come for the brunch, stay for the concise Voter Service Orientation at noon, and you will be all replenished, revved up and inspired for the election season to come! See you there!

Read more in the latest VOTER

Renew Your League Membership!

Thank You Being A Member of the League

Click here to pay your 2014-2015 dues.

League dues are due, and we've made it easy to renew your support of the League.

Office Hours

Come Visit Us!

Krista Miller, LWVHC VP, will be available at our office by appointment to answer questions about the League and provide details on how you can get involved. Our office is located in the Area 1 Agency on Ageing Building, 434 7th Street, Eureka CA. Give us a call at (707) 444-9252 to set up an appointment. We'd love to hear from you!

President's Greeting

Amanda Windsor and I, your Co-Presidents, welcome every one of you to the new League year 2014-2015. This year we will work with Krista Miller, Vice-President, and Anne Hartline, Past President, as a leadership team to make this an exciting and productive year.

Your Board had a very constructive retreat in early August, reviewing and readopting policies and setting up the calendar for the year. We also appointed two new Board members, Kathy Johanson and Patricia-Anne WinterSun, for one year terms, as is the privilege of the Co-Presidents. Board members have taken on specific jobs for the year––you will hear from them at the Fall Kick-Off Brunch on Sept 13, 2014.

We’re planning a new study! The first one in several years, it will center around Civic Engagement. Addressing this topic, our speaker for the Kick-Off Brunch will be Carolyn Crnich who has been an elected official in Humboldt County for many years. She is retiring as County Clerk, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the area of civic engagement in our community. Don’t miss this exciting and informative event!

We also welcome a new President of the League of Women Voters of California and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund. Helen Hutchison of Oakland was appointed to serve a one-year term to fight for voting rights, responsible public policy, and to lead the charge in providing accessible, nonpartisan election information to all Californians. She said, “I am thrilled to lead our grassroots members and supporters in the fight for voting rights and will remain steadfast in our commitment to providing nonpartisan election information for California's diverse population. We will continue to work hard for smart and responsible public policy to make our Golden State a fair and vibrant place for us all.”

Our local League is also committed to these same principles. We have a full agenda for 2014-2015, including a busy election season coming up, review of several of our positions, and a new study. There will be many ways for everyone to contribute and be involved, in both Voter Service and Action and Advocacy. Let’s all work together to make 2014-2015 a great year for the League of Women Voters of Humboldt County Ciao!

~LWVHC Co-President Byrd Lochtie