The League of Women Voters of Framingham is a nonpartisan grassroots organization. We encourage the informed and active participation of citizens in government, work to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influence public policy through education and advocacy. For more information about the Framingham Unit, check out this interview featuring the Framingham Unit president, Stephanie Deeley.
Framingham is Now a City!
On January 1, 2018, Framingham swore in its first Mayor and City Councilors. Our new form of government is now officially in control. The League of Women Voters in Framingham looks forward to watching the evolution of our form of government and encourages all residents to take part in this process. We will be looking for ways to help engage and inform Framingham residents. Join us at an upcoming meeting and give us your ideas. Democracy is not a spectator sport, so get involved!
The next meeting of the Framingham Unit is being held on Monday, April 23rd from 7 -8:30 pm at the McAuliffe Branch Library on Water Street. Meeting is open to everyone. Come join us to hear about what we are doing and to get involved in the discussion about what is happening in Framingham. We hope to see you there.
We are happy to announce we have done two shows for the Framingham LWV presents State of the City with great success. Our first show ran for 30 minutes, but we found that was simply not enough time. Our March 22nd show was 60 minutes and we will be staying with that 60 minute format. To catch the March 22nd show, please use this link.
If you live in Framingham you can tune in to Access Framingham on Sunday, April 22nd at 7pm for our third live show when our guest will be Suzie Craighead and Adam Blumer. Call in with questions for our guests and get answers right away. If you don’t live in Framingham, you can watch the show live streaming on our FaceBook page.
Framingham will be holding an Earth Day event on the green on Saturday, April 28th from 11 am – 3 pm. Stop by the LWV booth at this event to sign-up to become a member, register to vote, or just to say hello and find out what is happening with your local League. For more information on this event, click here.
On Sunday, June 10th at 2:30 Framingham will have a Flag Day Parade, and the LWV will be participating. Come support the re-establishment of this event and join your neighbors for a fun day. For more information on this event click here.
The Framingham League of Women Voters is scheduling Voter Registration Events at Framingham High, Keefe Tech, and Marion High in April and May. We will post specific dates and times on our FaceBook page as those are confirmed. Check it out for more information.
Become a Member
The Framingham League of Women voters invites you to join and be part of the conversation. The League of Women Voters here in Framingham is playing an active role in informing and engaging residents in the processes that impact all residents. We hold voter registration events, Informed Framingham events on topics of interest to our community, and encourage non-partisan discussions on issues of importance to the City. You can be part of this process simply be becoming a member. To become a member online click here or download a paper application to send in by mail.
Thank you for your support of the League of Women Voters of Framingham Unit. Giving to the League of Women Voters continues the mission to promote citizens’ active involvement in our democracy.
Support the Framingham Unit’s advocacy and lobbying on issues. A gift of this kind is not tax-deductible. Click here to donate.
Give to the Framingham Unit’s Citizen Education Fund to support civic education and voter service. A gift of this kind is tax-deductible. Click here to donate.
Stephanie Deeley, Framingham Unit President