Making Democracy Work

Voter Education

We make voting easier through varied voter education programs.

The Education Fund

The League of Women Voters Education Fund conducts voter service and citizen education activities. It is a nonpartisan nonprofit public policy educational organization, which:

  • Builds citizen participation in the democratic process.

  • Studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner.

  • Enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management.

Donations to the Education Fund, a 501(c)(3)corporation, are fully tax-deductible where allowed by law.

Our First Free 6-Week Program on the United States Constitution

One Country, One Constitution, One Destiny is a series of voter education lectures from respected historians from Ball State University, Indiana Academy and Lincoln Memorial University in Knoxville, Tennessee. The series ran from January 13th through February 15th. Our first speaker was Professor Stewart Harris from Lincoln Memorial University who presented The Constitution: An Historical Introduction. Next we welcomed Ken Stuart, Instructor of History at Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics and Humanities, who presented Paradoxes of The American Congress. Chad Kinsella, assistant professor of political science at Ball State University presented The Electoral College and The Presidency. Darren Wheeler, Associate professor of political science at Ball State University presented The Courts and the Constitution Today. Sarah Drake Brown, Associate professor of History and Director of History/Social Studies Education at Ball State University spoke on Building and fostering Civic Dispositions by asking Are you a good citizen. Finally, our League of Women Voters of Muncie/Delaware County's own team member, Nicole Etcheson professor of history at Ball State University completed our series with A Right Not a Privilege: Voting in United States History. One Country, One Constitution, One Destiny is a series of voter education lectures from respected historians from Ball State University, Indiana Academy and Lincoln Memorial University in Knoxville, Tennessee. The series ran from January 13th through February 15th. Our first speaker was Professor Stewart Harris from Lincoln Memorial University who presented The Constitution: An Historical Introduction. Next we welcomed Ken Stuart, Instructor of History at Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics and Humanities, who presented Paradoxes of The American Congress. Chad Kinsella, assistant professor of political science at Ball State University presented The Electoral College and The Presidency. Darren Wheeler, Associate professor of political science at Ball State University presented The Courts and the Constitution Today. Sarah Drake Brown, Associate professor of History and Director of History/Social Studies Education at Ball State University spoke on Building and fostering Civic Dispositions by asking Are you a good citizen. Finally, our League of Women Voters of Muncie/Delaware County's own team member, Nicole Etcheson professor of history at Ball State University completed our series with A Right Not a Privilege: Voting in United States History.